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    I've found out that the centre I'm going to do my exams at do not assess or authenticate the "Non exam assessment" for my computer science A -level (2 written exams and 1 non-exam assesment )themselves, so I will require someone to do this. I was planning on asking my old computer science teacher(s) but it seems he will be very busy as he is now a Head of Year and not sure about the other teacher. I will still try and ask him, but if this doesn't work out what could I do about it? None of the other private centres I've looked at seem so far seem like they will do it. If it helps the exam board is OCR, here's the specification : http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications...n-at-a-glance/

    Any advice will be helpful, thanks.
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