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lol why do pricks like you have to come here and chat absolute bull****. Have you ever tried to do a BTEC. I've done both and BTECs are not easier, you're just made to believe that to glorify. A levels. Try writing a few 20-30 page assignments in a month lol.
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Not sure why you find it necessary to be so hostile. Everyone is struggling at the moment. BTEC students perhaps less so than A Level students, but we still want equal treatment
Why do you want equal treatment if you are not struggling as much? Does this basically come down to you not wanting to put in the work to get the grades you deserve, and instead would rather rely on your teacher/tutor having the say on your final grade?
Alot of areas of study that i do have limited resources online and trust me my teachers hardly spoonfeed us. I could argue that Alevel students are spoonfed, as i did also do Alevels and they spoonfeed alot more. Also the course i study doesn't have correct material online for the level and criteria which are required from our work. I honestly would prefer to do the assignments, but it will be a ton more difficult.
The fact that you asked why we want equal treatment is making me suspect that you may be a troll lol, but I'll continue to repeat myself I guess.. It's still possible for us to complete the work, but it will be significantly more difficult to do it at the same level under these new circumstances. So far I've got distinctions in every unit we've done, but I'm not sure I'll be able to keep that up now. Possible, but more difficult. The government's decision should be applied to everyone.
I will repeat what I said to somebody else, be grateful that you have the chance to work for the grade you deserve, not leave it in the hands of a teacher or tutor. There are plenty of A-level and GCSE students who want to be in that position. You still have things in your control. Unless of course you're one of the people predicted a higher grade than they will ever achieve, in which case, unlucky lol.
Of course A-level students are spoonfed. So are GCSE students. The fact that you will teaching yourselves and learning the art of motivating yourself is a good thing. If you don't have the right resources, be proactive and take it up with the required party.
Why will it be difficult? Because you have to motivate yourselves to do your own work? Or because you have not been given access to the resources that you need? In which case, that's something to take up with your teachers or school.
I will repeat what I said to somebody else, be grateful that you have the chance to work for the grade you deserve, not leave it in the hands of a teacher or tutor. There are plenty of A-level and GCSE students who want to be in that position. Unless of course you're one of the people predicted a higher grade than they will ever achieve, in which case, unlucky lol.
I just wrote a paragraph to someone else about all the reasons why it's going to be more difficult under these circumstances. There are many reasons, most of which are unavoidable. Why are you so determined against us getting treated the same?
Because I think you should appreciate the fact that you have the control to work towards the grade you deserve, not the grade your teacher thinks you should have. Unless you are one of those people predicted way higher than they will ever achieve, in which case, unlucky lol.