Physics practicals at home?Watch
You have to take exams in an exam centre, which is generally a school. Most home schooled students would contact said exam centre/school and ask to join in when the class would do a practical
honestly the board you choose doesn't matter but you need to choose one so you can follow a structured syllabus and use the correct resources and prepare for the exam better
I think it's the Edexcel International one that doesn't have practicals, I'm not sure though but one of them definitely have a non practical option but also look into centres or collages that does the international boards, there probably aren't many
they do International boards here as well! many home-educated people sit the igcse exams for science subjects, so they probably do A-Levels as well but you'll probably have a hard time finding a centre/school/collage that does the international boards
The alternatives are WJEC which I think has a couple of practical exams (you've have to travel to Wales to take this) rather than 12 assessed practicals or one of the international exam boards - Oxford AQA, Edexcel IAL or CAIE. Very few centres offer these in the UK and I think that it's not possible to take Edexcel IAL in the UK at all (it certainly doesn't appear in the entry manual for the UK)
Im self studying A Level physics (not sure which exam board to pick yet) and was wondering how required practicals are handled without a college? All I have is youtube lol
If you already have the CPAC and are retaking, you don't need to do it again.