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Can i do a degree to become a teacher if i only have 2 a levels and an epq?
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Can i do a degree to become a teacher if i only have 2 a levels and an epq?
Wouldn't think so. :no:
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what are your A-levels and it depends on what kind of teacher e.g. maths, science or lang etc
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what are your A-levels and it depends on what kind of teacher e.g. maths, science or lang etc
im doing psychology and sociology and i want to be a primary school teacher so not specialise in one for secondary.
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Can i do a degree to become a teacher if i only have 2 a levels and an epq?
There are places that ask for UCAS points that will take you with good grades in those and then you can do a pgce after getting a degree 😊 you might even be able to do an education degree at some places, look what points they ask for
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There are places that ask for UCAS points that will take you with good grades in those and then you can do a pgce after getting a degree 😊 you might even be able to do an education degree at some places, look what points they ask for
okayyy thank you i will look into what unis offer that.
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No you need three
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I worked as a TA while doing a degree with the OU and have applied for PGCE this year ( have interviews this month).
I have no A levels at all.
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Definitely go for it! Primary Ed courses tend to be more lenient, depending on experience too. I had 2 alevels at a D with a few years experience of working with children and got into the uni I wanted.


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There's a huge number of routes into teaching, and not all require A levels. See the guide here:

https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk
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