A level science practical endorsements for free?

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is there any way to do a level science practical endorsements for free as a private candidate? im pretty sure there isn't but i'm asking just in case. also my old school isn't an option.
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I was looking at the beginning of the year as thought I would have to take mine as a private candidate and I didn't find any way other than paying to take them at a centre. I'm lucky to be back in my old school but haven't sat any practicals yet due to distance learning. I'm afraid paying seems to be the only option as a private candidate, and some exam centres don't even mention doing them which is pretty ridiculous in my opinion.
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I'm afraid paying seems to be the only option as a private candidate, and some exam centres don't even mention doing them which is pretty ridiculous in my opinion.
They're not allowed to accept you as a candidate unless they offer you the practicals - although it may be at a price you can't afford.
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I'm afraid not. They take a lot of time and effort to put on and so it's not likely anywhere would offer them for free
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I was looking at the beginning of the year as thought I would have to take mine as a private candidate and I didn't find any way other than paying to take them at a centre. I'm lucky to be back in my old school but haven't sat any practicals yet due to distance learning. I'm afraid paying seems to be the only option as a private candidate, and some exam centres don't even mention doing them which is pretty ridiculous in my opinion.
ah that's unfortunate, thank you for your help
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I'm afraid not. They take a lot of time and effort to put on and so it's not likely anywhere would offer them for free
That makes sense, thank you
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