Dumbledore03
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Hi all,
I'd like to attain a GCSE in astronomy, but I don't know where I could start the course. My school doesn't provide the option of choosing it, so I was wondering whether I could take it through external tutoring, or maybe through another way I haven't thought of. I'm going into Year 10, so I would be hoping to start the course at the start of the next academic year.
Any information regarding the GCSE and where I could take it would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
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The observatory in Greenwich does the GCse because a few of my class mates went there once a week to study for it.
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(Original post by temzra)
The observatory in Greenwich does the GCse because a few of my class mates went there once a week to study for it.
thank you, I will look into that.
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