learning online

Is Learning Online Right for me?

When considering your options for the next step of your educational journey, you may find yourself wondering if learning online is right for you. Unlike years ago, when studying online was complicated and more suited to those who were IT savvy, modern day studying is far simpler for students. In fact, you can even study from your mobile on the way to work if you want! The key is finding the right course and course structure to suit your learning style and needs. The process of distance learning has been tried and tested for many years now and this has enabled online colleges and learning providers to find the best… Read More

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Online A Levels

Studying Online A Levels

There has been a recent increase in the number of students studying online A Levels. This is likely due to the flexibility and convenience that online learning provides. Studying online A Levels can be a great way to get ahead in your studies, but there are a few things you should keep in mind before you get started. First, make sure you choose a reputable and accredited provider. There are many online A Level providers out there, but not all of them provide a great service or learning experience. Do your research to find a provider that offers a high-quality curriculum and that is recognised by universities. Secondly, create a… Read More

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Resit my GCSEs

Can I Resit my GCSEs?

Can I Resit my GCSEs? Is a question students often ask us when they are not happy with their GCSE results. You hear a lot about A-Level resits, but not so much about the GCSE side of things. Just like A-Levels though, you can retake your GCSEs to get better results if you wish to. Often, students who are considering retaking their GCSEs, need higher grades to be accepted onto their chosen A-Level courses, but also mature students retake GCSEs to gain better employment opportunities. So regardless of when you took your GCSEs, there is always the option for you to resit them if you want or need. Online GCSEs… Read More

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GCSE Courses for Adults

GCSE Courses for Adults

Whatever your reasons for wanting to study GCSE courses as an adult, it is more than feasible for you to do this and get great grades. GCSE courses for adults are something that have been around for several years now. Although, the accessibility of them, is something that has only recently changed for the better. It’s no secret that school isn’t for everyone, and so if you were one of those students who just couldn’t get into the routine of school and settle down to achieve the GCSE grades you needed, there is still hope as an adult. With most jobs requiring applicants to hold grades in at least English… Read More

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do A Levels online

Can I do A levels Online?

‘Can I do A Levels online’ is a question we are frequently asked by students. The quick and simple answer is yes, you can and what’s more it’s straightforward and easy to sign up for them. Provided you do all the right research before you sign up to start studying, there is no reason why you can’t do A Levels online successfully. In this blog, we’re going to look at the ins and outs of doing A Levels. We will cover the who, what, when wheres in detail for you, so you can just worry about studying and getting great grades. How do I do A Levels Online? Now this… Read More

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Can A Levels be Retaken

Can A Levels be Retaken?

If your A-Level results weren’t the grades you were hoping for, you may be wondering ‘can A Levels be retaken?’. Thankfully, the answer to this is yes, they absolutely can. Whether you have recently received your results or you took your A Levels years ago, retaking them is an option you can look into. The availability of online A Level courses is actually vast and it’s very easy to sign up to study one. The key to doing it successfully is planning and preparation before you start. There are key things you need to identify, understand and make note of before beginning and if you do this, you will find… Read More

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How Many A-Levels Should You Take

How Many A-Levels Should You Take?

How many A-Levels should you take? That all depends on the Degree course that you are looking to study at University. As a general guide, the usual requirement for any Degree is at least three A-Level subjects (or 112 UCAS points). The subjects themselves, can be a combination of both subjects of interest and required, for example, if you wanted to study Law at University, you would need three A-levels, of which one must be in English. Interestingly enough though, you don’t have to hold an A-level in Law to study Law at University! The usual way for students to decide on the number of A-Levels they should take all… Read More

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Distance Learning A Levels

Distance Learning A Levels

Distance Learning A Levels are an increasingly popular choice for students around the UK and the world. Studied entirely online, they are an easy option to choose for many students. Unlike in years gone by, distance learning is no longer a slow and clunky process of waiting for printed materials to arrive and then sending off assessments by post. Now the learning journey and experience is much simpler (and arguably), much easier for students to begin and complete. Why Study by Distance Learning? Online A Levels are a flexible and modern way to gain qualifications quickly. Rather than having to work to an academic calendar, students can enrol and start… Read More

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Can A Levels be done in 1 Year

Can A Levels be done in 1 Year?

Can A Levels be done in 1 Year? Absolutely yes. It will take you a lot of work and dedication, but it is possible to do it. First, let’s look closer at A Levels themselves and the work that they require and need. On average, one A Level subject will take a student approximately 350 hours of study time. That 350 hours covers all of the syllabus and the coursework for the subject needed for sitting the examinations. When you put 350 hours into the grand scheme of things, it really isn’t many hours of study at all. Which is why most students will study 2 or 3 subjects at… Read More

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Really need A-Levels

Do you Really need A-Levels?

In this modern world do you really need A-Levels still? There is no end to famous celebrities tweeting and bragging about how they are millionaires even though they failed their GCSEs or A-Levels back at school, but does that mean that the qualifications are null and void and of no use? The simple answer is no. A-Levels are more vital than ever for students and still hold a key role in education progression. Whether you didn’t get A Levels the first time round, or you’re a student who feels they have failed their A Levels recently. Then the options to resit your A Levels are still available and an option… Read More

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