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    Because TSR is full of children who can and will use it to mess with you. If you want someone to have it send it to them in a private message.

    There used to be a list on the Edexcel website which I'm sure will still be there.
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    Because TSR is full of children who can and will use it to mess with you. If you want someone to have it send it to them in a private message.

    There used to be a list on the Edexcel website which I'm sure will still be there.
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    (Original post by roham22)
    Hi mate
    I have tried to contact Pearson team but I could not find any link or email
    Is it an exam Centre?
    What exactly they providing?

    And another question I have find a centre for physics
    It was £295 for exam (3 paper)
    And £996 for 12 practical
    That's really expensive for me
    How can I find a affordable centre or get some help or loan for it
    Pearson is the name of the publishing company that owns the Edexcel examination service. It's confusing but you will find a mixture of information using either the Pearson or Edexcel business names. You cannot book the exams directly with Pearson/Edexcel.

    One of the links I gave you already was to the search tool to find examination centres that might take you as a private candidate. If you don't find one through that tool you simply have to research what schools and colleges there are in your area and phone their exams offices to see if they might accept you for A level maths exams. Colleges and private schools are the most likely to do so or you might find a private tuition centre depending where you are.

    £ 900-1000 for science practicals seems about the price that everyone is charging and as far as I am aware there is no government funding to help with that. Whether you could finance it through a bank loan or credit card will depend on your financial situation.


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    Pearson is the name of the publishing company that owns the Edexcel examination service. It's confusing but you will find a mixture of information using either the Pearson or Edexcel business names. You cannot book the exams directly with Pearson/Edexcel.

    One of the links I gave you already was to the search tool to find examination centres that might take you as a private candidate. If you don't find one through that tool you simply have to research what schools and colleges there are in your area and phone their exams offices to see if they might accept you for A level maths exams. Colleges and private schools are the most likely to do so or you might find a private tuition centre depending where you are.

    £ 900-1000 for science practicals seems about the price that everyone is charging and as far as I am aware there is no government funding to help with that. Whether you could finance it through a bank loan or credit card will depend on your financial situation.


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    Thanks you so much mate
    I have found a centre that charge me £75 per unite
    And £996 for practical

    I have actually finished c1 to c4 in maths ,they were ok and easy
    But I found physics ( AQA) a bit confusing
    Do you think edxcle in physics is easier than AQA?
    And I'm worried about practical as well
    How can I mare sure I will pass the practicals assess?
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    Thanks you so much mate
    I have found a centre that charge me £75 per unite
    And £996 for practical

    I have actually finished c1 to c4 in maths ,they were ok and easy
    But I found physics ( AQA) a bit confusing
    Do you think edxcle in physics is easier than AQA?
    And I'm worried about practical as well
    How can I mare sure I will pass the practicals assess?
    I can't say much about A level physics as i know very little about it.
    The content of the A level is very similar from all of the examiners and the examination regulator monitors their exams to ensure consistency so I can't imagine one is significantly easier than another.
    I suggest you start a new discussion specifically about physics and private candidate completion of the practicals to see if you can get any feedback from people who have tried to do it.


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