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    So I was thinking of taking 2 BTECs and 1 A-level in College and I was wondering how they are different? In ways of being marked and the kind of work you do.
    I was thinking of taking Applied Science Level 3 (Subsidiary Diploma) Criminology Level 3 and Psychology A-Level
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    So I was thinking of taking 2 BTECs and 1 A-level in College and I was wondering how they are different? In ways of being marked and the kind of work you do.
    I was thinking of taking Applied Science Level 3 (Subsidiary Diploma) Criminology Level 3 and Psychology A-Level
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    https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...ce%20Guide.pdf

    Continuous assessment for the most part and only a small exam.
 
 
 
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