There are two course options
Option One is a home study correspondence course that covers twelve segments of work which you complete over 16 weeks with an exam on completion.
You will study at home from a set syllabus and a series of home works covering all topics.
Option Two is examination only .
You will be sent the syllabus but you have to choose your own mode of study.
The cost of Option One is £440.00 per subject. This is broken down as £295.00 for the course and £145.00 for the examination
Please note: You do not have to pay for your exam until you have completed the course.
The cost of Option Two is £145.00 per examination.
Please note that this is a fast track way to achieving your aims and should not be entered without commitment.
£295 per subject (+£145 Exam fee)
A correspondence course designed to be completed within 16 weeks but can be completed in less time should you require.
The material in the home study course is designed to cover all the topics on the syllabus.
There are 12 sections of work and you are asked to attempt each section, with the aid of the revision guide, to the best of your ability.
On the completion of each home work you should post back to your designated tutor for marking, they mark and return the work with the strengths and weaknesses clearly outlined
On completion of 10 sections you will need to contact the Equivalency Testing office to book your exam.
This is a linear programme and therefore no marks will be carried forward to your final result.
You will need to gain a minimum of 55% to pass the exam.
£145 per subject
With this option you will be sent a syllabus and past exam paper, you will then choose your on method of study.
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By choosing examination only Equivalency Testing assumes that you are at GCSE level .
Please contact the office on 01277 203336 or email
email@example.com when you are ready to book your exam.
Whichever option is chosen you need to considered carefully as with any form of study, both options require commitment and dedication.
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