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I really want to do some MOOC's seeing as I'm quite bored at home and I didn't get to do my GCSES because of the pandemic. Does anyone know any good websites for MOOCs which are more catered for GCSE level students?
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Well, I don't know about specific catering to GCSE students, but I did my first futurelearn MOOCs in the holiday after y11 and found that they were quite managable! I did one on screenwriting, one on EPQ skills and one on beginner's Italian, and they were all fine.
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I used coursera and they gave a difficulty rating for all the courses. Lots of the time, courses would be 'fundamentals of' or 'introduction to' (etc.). If a course required prior subject knowledge it would usually be stated.
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