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What is the best online/distance a level provider?

Which of the following would be best for me to do a levels with? Oxford home schooling, Oxford open learning, cloud learn, learn now, open study college

Open to other suggestions but these are the ones I've found that fit my price range

I'd be doing biology, psychology and sociology
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Original post by exposed-sarcasm
Which of the following would be best for me to do a levels with? Oxford home schooling, Oxford open learning, cloud learn, learn now, open study college
Open to other suggestions but these are the ones I've found that fit my price range
I'd be doing biology, psychology and sociology

I'm enrolled with learn now and they've been super supportive in terms of predicted grades. But their tutor support time is a tiny bit slow. They still help and reply but the marking of work takes a about a week. They ask for two weeks so it still gets done within the timeframe they said so I'm not too worried about that. My edspace is what I'm enrolled for maths, and they recently started their bio program about a month ago. Absolutely amazing, and I love it. Your get given a mentor who helps and two session every week of bio tuition with HW and a workbook for the lesson as well.
Original post by Jannet2ester
I'm enrolled with learn now and they've been super supportive in terms of predicted grades. But their tutor support time is a tiny bit slow. They still help and reply but the marking of work takes a about a week. They ask for two weeks so it still gets done within the timeframe they said so I'm not too worried about that. My edspace is what I'm enrolled for maths, and they recently started their bio program about a month ago. Absolutely amazing, and I love it. Your get given a mentor who helps and two session every week of bio tuition with HW and a workbook for the lesson as well.

How are you finding the teaching methods of learn now? Do you think they're good at teaching all the content?

Also do you know if they provide a reference for UCAS?

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