I'm looking to self-study an A-level to bolster prior academic performance. I was wondering how well Sociology lends itself to self-study? Is the structure of the course easy to follow and manage for somebody with no help from a tutor or parents? How many hours a week do you think I would need to allocate?
Also, does anybody know which exam board would be best for self-study? I'm looking for the one with the most easily-accessible resources, revisions material etc. and with the clearest structure and marking criteria. I've seen AQA mentioned a lot but also OCR.
Thanks in advance!
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Self-studying Sociology to A2-Level? watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-03-2018 13:10
- 06-03-2018 15:39
Imho, sociology below degree level is read, remember, regurgitate. No actual critical thinking involved.
My goto in Coursera. It's free, reputable, and you can get a certificate for most courses ~ £20 to £50, maybe more costly, but none that I've seen.
Link to free Social Sciences courses - Coursera
Hope that helps