“Anyone can study with Oxbridge”
Distance learning is a great way to get the qualifications you need without having to commit full time to an institute the requires you to be in a certain place at a certain time. It’s you who makes the rules at home, at the park, as you go on that world our, in your own time and at your own pace. You call the shots about when and what is best for you. If you need to work, then you can fit the study around that.
Introduction to Oxbridge Home Learning Online
In the UK Full-time education is compulsory for all children aged 5 to 18. At school it’s your General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE). After which it’s either General Certificate of Education (GCE) A Level or Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) qualifications. Then it’s either onto higher education, university degrees or the work place, both of these will request details of your qualifications.
So, what happens if things didn’t go so well? The standard curriculum and schooling process is generic, it offering the average level of course to all people, it tests at a set time no matter what else they have had to deal with in their lives. Just because things didn’t work out that is no reason, no excuse to give up on yourself – you didn’t fail, the schooling process failed you.
Fortunately, life isn’t a one strike and you’re out sort of a thing. The standard curriculum and schooling process is generic, it offering the average level of course to all people, it tests at a set time no matter what else they have had to deal with in their lives. Just because things didn’t workout that is no reason, no excuse to give up on yourself – you didn’t fail, the schooling process failed you.
“Home learning should be just as fun and rewarding as it is enlightening and educational. That’s why we design our courses through the eyes of the learner, to best suit your preferences and requirements. Studying with award-winning course materials and unlimited tutor support, you’ll graduate with a fully accredited qualification that will fulfil all your career and aspirational needs.”
There’s no getting away from them, GCSEs are ubiquitous, there’s no escaping them. Well, they used to be called ‘O’- Levels but what’s in a name? They’re not just required as minimum requirement, barrier to entry for ‘A’-levels. They provide you with an essential foundation in a range of subjects and they are the yard stick by which everyone can be compared.
The most common number of GCSEs taken was 9 (24.4% of students). The majority of the population have between 1-9 GCSEs (64%), if you take an extra one that put you in the top 36%. 11 and you’re in the top 13%, 12 and you’ll be in the top 3%. Finding a job is tough having something that makes you stand out for the other applicates is key.
So a quick and simple way to put yourself into the ‘above’ average bracket is to take one or two additional GCSEs before or after the standard ones you take at school. These could even be alongside your ‘A’ Levels.
You had your whole future planned out before you, had the university offers in place, had a gap year planned to work, to travel, to enjoy the world and your first year of freedom, one year’s rest before the final hurdle and 3 years of higher education and a degree and letters after your name…
Then suddenly you open the envelope, the first slip is good, the second meets your requirements, just one more to go, you turn the page over and the clouds roll in, the light leaves the room, you missed out by one mark. Suddenly everything is off, you have to stay on at college as all your friend leave and go on their life adventures.
But this set back doesn’t have to change your plans. That one paper that didn’t go so well, it was your last exam, some of your friends had finished a bit before, you might have gone out celebrating a little early, actually the night before that exam. You still have the notes, you still have your work from the last two years. Rather than change your gap year, just add a retake to your plans, you can do that whilst you work and build up some savings for Uni, well really for travel, you can even do the remove study as you travel. At worst those missing UCAS points are an inconvenience, certainly not the end of your hopes and dreams.
Oxbridge offer lots of remote ‘A’-Level options, don’t lose hope, gain that A* and get that place next year. They’ll be certain of your grades by that stage so rather than a condition offer letter, you get a welcome we look forward to having you letter, and I promise you that feels good.
Distance learning allows you to learn remotely, in your own time, at your own pace, without attending college or university.
Distance learning Courses can range from Diplomas to BTECs and A-Levels & GCSEs, making them perfect for a change in career or simply expanding your educational knowledge.
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