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    Unfortunately, i had to leave highschool in year 8 and became home schooled. This left me with multiple difficulties and also no GCSEs. In september ill be going to college and will be on a learning for work entry level 3 course. Id like to know if anyone know anything about these courses and if i will gain GCSEs or equivalent levels during it
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    Unfortunately, i had to leave highschool in year 8 and became home schooled. This left me with multiple difficulties and also no GCSEs. In september ill be going to college and will be on a learning for work entry level 3 course. Id like to know if anyone know anything about these courses and if i will gain GCSEs or equivalent levels during it
    Entry level 3 is one step lower than the demands of GCSE. Completing the course won't result in a GCSE or equivalent qualification, it is designed to prepare someone for work or to subsequently start level 1 or level 2 study (e.g. GCSE, btec level 1/2, functional skills level 1/2).

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    If think you have slightly misread the description. It's an "entry level 3" course not a level 3 course.



    Entry level 3 is one step lower than the demands of GCSE. Completing the course won't result in a GCSE or equivalent qualification, it is designed to prepare someone for work or to subsequently start level 1 or level 2 study (e.g. GCSE, btec level 1/2, functional skills level 1/2).

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    Sorry you are correct- It didnt register why it was saying this will then be enough to start level one... Have deleted my post.
 
 
 
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