Lily June 18
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I am studying alevels at home and my exams are in 2019. I can't pay for the fees of the exams. Can take the exam in 2020? I will be able to afford them then.
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(Original post by Lily June 18)
I am studying alevels at home and my exams are in 2019. I can't pay for the fees of the exams. Can take the exam in 2020? I will be able to afford them then.
If you are studying at home, then which year you take the exams in is up to you. 2020 would be fine.


Are they first sits or resists?
Is there any reason you are homeschooling?
If you had an old school then you could ask if youd be allowed to sit the exams there. that would be cheaper.
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Well i just turned 18 around a month ago. I did my gcses in 2016 and got 10 A* to C. I have lived in the Uk for about 10 years. My mother is a single parent. Everything was was going fine until i started that sixthform and the goverment cut my mothers JSA allowance without a good reason. We were living a 50 pounds a week this includes paying for transpart, gas, electric , internet , school , water and food.. As you could see i couldnt even pay for books that i needed for school or buy a calculator. I normally use bus but there was construction which delayed my arrival and had to use tge train for transport I couldnt pay for the transport and came to school late all the time. I am taking Maths Biology and Psychology.. Yes we check and did the entilment test many times but it always said that we arent entitled to it.. We went to place called olive morris how like 20 times. It got so bad that the manager was worrid about us and she wrote a personal letter to JSA. But they never replied.. It felt very discrminative. How could they just stop her allowance without reason? It sucked so bad and to add to that the bullying got to me. I spent break and lunch in the toliets and couldn't go to lessons as i couldn't even learn without getting teased.or feeling like an outsider.. The teachers were horrible. They told us werent "smart and shouldnt expect top grades" a student complained about the specfic teacher. But nothing happend. ..
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