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Anyone been with OOL?
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Hi everyone! I'm learning online too! Haven't found any threads with this many people teaching themselves A levels so this is really nice. I'm with NEC doing Spanish and Maths.
Im doing nec Spanish and then law and business with oxford
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Im doing nec Spanish and then law and business with oxford
Is Oxford, Oxford Open Learning?
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Is Oxford, Oxford Open Learning?
I do oxford homeschooling
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I do oxford homeschooling
I want to do a History course with them, but I’ve not heard a lot about the company, how is it?
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Im doing nec Spanish and then law and business with oxford
How are you finding the spanish with nec?
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How are you finding the spanish with nec?
I haven’t started yet as they need to give me the login.
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A2 Chemistry,Biology and A-level Mathematics. Chem and bio are CIE while Math is Edexcel also taking s1 and c12
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This is an AMAZING thread!!! Just wanted to ask which online website would you guys recommend for online A levels in Biology, Chemistry and Sociology. Has anyone here used Learn Now???
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(Original post by Aisha2002)
This is an AMAZING thread!!! Just wanted to ask which online website would you guys recommend for online A levels in Biology, Chemistry and Sociology. Has anyone here used Learn Now???
Use oxford homeschooling
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I just got my law folder from oxford homeschooling and there’s a total of 150 case studies I’m freaking out
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hey! sounds amazing. I currently do law, psychology and business studies. I study with Wolsey Hall Oxford homeschooling college and they are super supportive without being overbearing if you know what i mean. It is nice to be able to learn the way you want but still have that support from teachers and tutors when needed. Have you done Gcse's or started a college?
Hey how are you finding law and psychology what are they like. What do I have to remember. What do u find easier
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I just got my law folder from oxford homeschooling and there’s a total of 150 case studies I’m freaking out
Hey, I’m doing a course with Open Study, but I love Oxford’s history content. Would you say the materials you’ve got are good. Also, it seems difficult to apply, you can’t just enrol online, how does it work?
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Hey, I’m doing a course with Open Study, but I love Oxford’s history content. Would you say the materials you’ve got are good. Also, it seems difficult to apply, you can’t just enrol online, how does it work?
You fill in an application and they get back to you within a day. They provide you folders with tasks in it and assignments
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You fill in an application and they get back to you within a day. They provide you folders with tasks in it and assignments
When they get back to you, I notice they call, what do they have to discuss. You mean like ring bound folders, with materials in?
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When they get back to you, I notice they call, what do they have to discuss. You mean like ring bound folders, with materials in?
Yes they have basically the textbook content in it. And with the phone call I don’t know what they say as my mother answered
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(Original post by tiaindie16)
Hi, I started homeschooling for a levels using an online college last october and i am currently in my second and last year. I am curious to see if there is anybody else within the UK that has chosen to study them at home and then sit them as an external candidate.

Also if anybody would like to start homeschooling for college i am more than happy to share advice and help you! It would be nice to find others who are going through the same journey as myself as there is not a lot of us! Also if you are homeschooling, which subjects do you take!?
I taught myself A level sociology last year and sat the exam at an external centre. It took a lot of will power to get through it but I completed it in a year and gained a B (3 marks off an A). It is very do-able.
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I'm homeschooled, and I'm pursuing Math, FM, and Econ. I'm done with Math and Econ: got an A* in both. Currently doing A2 FM with an A in As-level FM. Thinking of applying to Oxbridge, but I'm afraid that even if I do get accepted, I won't be able to attend.
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yer hi , i have just started studying for A level , for the next 2 years . i live in the uk , i have researched it for several months , and decided to go for it , so i have printed up the specification , and i am reading and annotating my history of art books , help and advice would be great . thku .. glad ur studies are going well
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Any tips with time management and how to keep on track? I'm doing all my A levels in school except one because they refused to put it in the time table (psychology)
Any tips for psychology would help me a lot, I'm struggling to learn all the content and answer the questions!
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