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    Why do Learning Centres do equivalent to GCSEs which is a level 2, instead of actual GCSEs?

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of having a GCSE?

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of level 2 GCSE equivalent qualification?

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of A Levels?

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of access course?

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of the IB diploma?
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    Why do Learning Centres do equivalent to GCSEs which is a level 2, instead of actual GCSEs?

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of having a GCSE?

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of level 2 GCSE equivalent qualification?

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of A Levels?

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of access course?

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of the IB diploma?

    Why do Learning Centres do equivalent to GCSEs which is a level 2, instead of actual GCSEs?

    Different syllabus, might be more suited to candidate and appropriate i,e functional skills maths is more practical.


    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of having a GCSE?

    Widely recognised by employers and educational establishments.

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of level 2 GCSE equivalent qualification?

    Sometimes easier to pass and they can get you past min requirement hurdle, whereas you might previously have been failing GCSE.

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of A Levels?

    Universally recognised by all Unis. 2 years and demanding. Harder to self teach.

    What are both the advantages and disadvantages of access course?

    + Only takes a year and might be the only thing available as A levels post 18 are hard to find. It can get you into uni.

    - Costs money although you can get it back. Less in depth, less widely accepted, not as good post uni qualification.

    http://www.accesstohe.ac.uk/Access/F...ptcookies=true


    What are the advantages and disadvantages of the IB diploma?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/expat/edu...which-is-best/



    You should be able to google all this stuff.
 
 
 

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