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hi! ive had a hard past few years and because of this im looking to study a-levels from home. I do not have a big budget- if any at all, money is an issue here. What would be the best choice for me? Attending a college is NOT an option but I dont know where to go. Everywhere ive seen costs quite a bit of money. I was wondering if there is any way to avoid the majority of that cost? I just need advice from others

Thank you!!
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hi! ive had a hard past few years and because of this im looking to study a-levels from home. I do not have a big budget- if any at all, money is an issue here. What would be the best choice for me? Attending a college is NOT an option but I dont know where to go. Everywhere ive seen costs quite a bit of money. I was wondering if there is any way to avoid the majority of that cost? I just need advice from others

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Tailored tutors is great- online but do 3subjects bio chem maths. They often have free trials so you can opt of after a couple of weeks if you don’t like it and they have a few free lessons on you tube to see what the format is too.
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thats great thank you!
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thats great thank you!
I even used them for a few months before all exams were cancelled last year, so you can even think about it as a supplement to another course you take. I liked how for each course you also get one day a week of live interactions that are mainly focused on exam questions and technique, so a good opportunity to ask questions.
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Some subjects (e.g. Maths) have a lot of free resources on line, meaning you can just teach yourself from those and a textbook.

What subjects are you hoping to study?
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Some subjects (e.g. Maths) have a lot of free resources on line, meaning you can just teach yourself from those and a textbook.

What subjects are you hoping to study?
hiya! i was hoping to do english language and psychology.
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I even used them for a few months before all exams were cancelled last year, so you can even think about it as a supplement to another course you take. I liked how for each course you also get one day a week of live interactions that are mainly focused on exam questions and technique, so a good opportunity to ask questions.
will definitely have a look into it! thank you!
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