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Hi everyone, I'm 20 now and currently working. I want to go back into education and follow my passion but I'm a bit worried about time. I want to study physics at university so I'm going to retake my GCSEs first and then after I'm going to take Alevels. My problem is, the government funded colleges near me that offer Alevels for people of my age, only offer the intensive one year alevel courses. Since I'll be taking 3 Alevels I'm not sure if this will be too much to handle or should I just look further out and try take a two year alevel
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Have you looked at distance learning courses? I study with the OU and they do not require A levels and you would not need to give up your job either.
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