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    Hi,

    I'll be starting A-level biology and chemistry evening classes in September and would like to know the experiences of others who have done this.

    Thanks
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    (Original post by kati6)
    AWFUL! Don't do it
    Lol! Thanks for that!
    Was rather hoping for some encouragment!

    What did ya get? and what board?
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    (Original post by kati6)
    AWFUL! Don't do it
    How helpful, lol.

    I'm also doing this starting in September (also Bio and Chem!) - would be interested to hear if anyone has gone this route and what they thought. (I wrote about this yeterday but my post seems to have been eaten by the army of results posts, lol.)
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    I am thinking of doing either French or Sociology AS Level in evening classes, just to make my application look better... but people say French at AS/A2 Level is hard! :eek:
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    (Original post by bunty64)
    Lol! Thanks for that!
    Was rather hoping for some encouragment!

    What did ya get? and what board?
    sorry lol...
    I jsut dropped chemistry after AS
    and i hated Biology.. i ended up with a D in it!


    I thought i would like Sciences after GCSE, but its so much harder and when i got there i hated them. There is far esier subjects, e.g. Maths is easier
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    hi, I am looking to take some evening courses in chemistry, can you tell me which colleges offer this?
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    (Original post by emily :))
    hi, I am looking to take some evening courses in chemistry, can you tell me which colleges offer this?
    what city are you studying in?
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    im studying in london
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    (Original post by emily :))
    im studying in london
    There will be loads of opportunities in a city that size. Just Google "A Level Evening Courses" and plenty of schools will pop up.

    In Cardiff alone there are at least three schools that offer them - on an "adult learners" part-time basis (Glan Hafren, Barry and Newport).
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    Hello, not meaning to hijack atall, but I'm looking for a level evening courses too in London trying to sift through all the useless link on google. Can you let me know what schools you're using please?

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    Where will you be starting these A-level chemistry and biology because I can't find any colleges in the west midlands who do these subjects evening classes .
 
 
 
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