Online Course

Can you do College Online?

Can you do college online? Is a question we are frequently asked by potential students. The simple and straight forward answer is yes, you can. And what’s more, it’s very easy to do! Unlike traditional schools and colleges that have term times, most online colleges have a thing called ‘open enrolment’, this means that you are free to sign up and start studying an online course whenever you fancy. Open enrolment even applies to online courses like A-Levels or GCSEs, which you would think would have set times for when you can enrol and start studying. The only thing to keep in mind if you decide to study an online… Read More

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Adult Learning Online

Adult Learning Online

Adult learning online is a great way for adults to gain additional qualifications to help improve their CV and career prospects. Very different in style to learning in school or college, when you take part in adult learning online you get a greater flexibility and freedom when it comes to your studies. Many adults who return to studying have had bad experiences of education in the past. The most common reasons being poor teaching and simply not being interested in gaining qualifications at the time. Which is totally understandable, school really wasn’t designed for everyone. School lessons are designed to cover the syllabus and get the students through their exams.… Read More

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Reasons to Self-Study A Levels

5 Reasons to Self-Study A Levels

Reasons to self-study A Levels are wide ranging. Contrary to popular belief, A Levels aren’t subjects that have to be studied at school or college with a teacher. It is perfectly feasible for a student to decide to self study A Levels at home, either with full tutor support and an online course, or purely through text books by themselves. Although a traditional qualification, A Levels are still flexible and so, the way they’re studied can be adapted to suit. The difference between online A Levels and traditional A Levels is purely the method of learning. The actual syllabus that students learn and cover in preparation for examination is exactly… Read More

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Easiest A Levels

What are the Easiest A Levels to take?

Students looking at studying A Levels might be asking themselves ‘what are the easiest A Levels to take?’, which is a fair question to ask when you’re looking for high grades. The truth is, no A Level is ‘easy’, but there are some subjects that are simpler in nature and therefore more likely to result in higher grades for students who apply themselves. It’s important to remember that what one student finds easy, another might find incredibly difficult. So, when choosing your A Levels subjects, look at more than just whether it’s easy, look at if it fits your natural strengths and works for your next steps. For example, there… Read More

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A level course near me

Do I have to do A Level Courses Near Me?

As a student considering studying A Levels, you may wonder if you need to do an A Levels near you. Thankfully, this isn’t the case, you can actually study any A Level course from any where in the world. With the use of online learning and courses specially written for self study, a student can enrol and study their ideal A Level from the comfort of their own home. Traditionally, studying A Levels would be done through a school or college. Which is why many students look for A Level courses near them to study. But now, students have the option to study online and complete their A Levels quicker.… Read More

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112 UCAS Points in A Level Grades

112 UCAS Points in A Level Grades – How to get them

112 UCAS points in A Level grades is a frequent requirement of universities for students wishing to study a Degree. Although not all universities use the tariff points system for offering places to students, many do. For students, it can prove difficult understanding what they need to achieve to gain 112 points for an offer. 112 points may sound like a lot, but actually, it’s not as bad as it seems and most students can achieve it with studying 3 A Levels. All A Levels come with UCAS points, the maximum number for one being 56 and that would require an A* grade. The lowest amount of UCAS points you… Read More

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GCSE Past Papers

What are GCSE Past Papers?

GCSE Past Papers are question papers that awarding bodies for GCSEs release from previous years to help and assist students. The papers allow for students to practice their answering technique in preparation for examination. They are also an effective way for students to revise their knowledge of their course and also gain a clear idea of their potential grade. If you’re a student at a traditional school or college, your teachers will frequently set you GCSE past papers as part of your learning. This allows for them to assess your progress and also determine what they feel your likely grade will be. If you’re a Private Candidate (independent) student, then… Read More

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Home Education a levels

Home Education and A Levels

Home education and A Levels is a pairing that actually works really well for students. Regardless of whether the student is new to home education or has been home schooled for a long time. In a school environment, A Level courses aren’t well known for being flexible, but with home education they are very flexible. When it comes to studying and learning A Levels, students are free to choose which subjects they wish to learn. But they do need to be aware of the ins and outs of how A Levels work when studying them with home education. Firstly, students need to understand that they will be classed as private… Read More

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Fast Track A Levels

What are Fast Track A Levels?

Fast Track A Levels are a great solution for students who are looking to complete their qualifications quickly. Whether new to A Levels or retaking them, opting to fast track your studies will be of great benefit. Usually, with standard A Levels, students take two years to study and complete the qualifications. However, with fast track A Levels, students can do them in one year or even less sometimes. The actual differences between standard and Fast Track A Levels are very few. To the point where it really is just the amount of time you take to study them. The syllabus is exactly the same, the course requirements are the… Read More

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Private Candidates

A Levels for Private Candidates

Private Candidates are students who have opted to learn and study A Levels independently. This can be either entirely self study, using textbooks and online resources. Or, studying a specially written online A Level course with the help of a tutor and learning provider. There are no restrictions or specific requirements for being a Private Candidate, but if a student is of school age, then it will need to be registered with the local authorities. The flexibility of study for Private Candidates can be very appealing. As a Private Candidate, you can study as and when you want, where you want and how you want. The only restrictions you have,… Read More

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