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    Hello everyone,

    thanks in advance for any light that can be shed on this matter.

    I am a mature student, 26 years old, who has long passed my GCSE's and A Levels. However, I would like to begin studying once again and have ambitions of enrolling into university for a Bachelors in Philosophy. Nonetheless, I do not have a qualified institutional background in Philosophy and have only my self study to lean on. This has brought me to the decision of returning to A Level's, as it would possibly make things easier in regards to applying for university.

    My query is about the Open Study College organisation. Has anyone had any experience with this institute and if so, what were the pro's and con's of your experience?

    If anyone has encountered their A Level Philosophy course what are your thoughts on course content, correspondences with tutors and overall work/study experience?

    Thanks again,

    Kindest regards
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