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 Post subject: Getting GCSE's
 Post Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 8:51 am 
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Bit of an embarrassing confession here, I did absolutely terrible in school, not that I didn't have the ability, it's just I was lazy as all hell. I'm 28 now, and do feel my qualifications and what not are holding me back. I want to start small and go to get my GCSE's in English, Maths and Science, but I don't know where to begin.

Does anyone know where I should begin?

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 Post subject: Re: Getting GCSE's
 Post Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 9:56 am 
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Supernoodle23 wrote:
Bit of an embarrassing confession here, I did absolutely terrible in school, not that I didn't have the ability, it's just I was lazy as all hell. I'm 28 now, and do feel my qualifications and what not are holding me back. I want to start small and go to get my GCSE's in English, Maths and Science, but I don't know where to begin.

Does anyone know where I should begin?


Try www.fundingeducation.co.uk. Why pay ?

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 Post subject: Re: Getting GCSE's
 Post Posted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 5:58 pm 
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I think if you want to receive funding, you have to be a low income earner and commit to a course worth at least the equivalent of 5 GCSE's. You can do GCSE's through most local colleges by evening class but you will have to pay. Maybe just a couple to begin with perhaps, requiring a couple of hours each at an evening class plus work at home. An alternative is to enrol for a subject (or more) via on line learning which gives you flexibility to work at your own times at home but probably requires a lot of discipline to keep focused.

I wish you all the best.

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 Post subject: Re: Getting GCSE's
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Supernoodle23 wrote:
Bit of an embarrassing confession here, I did absolutely terrible in school, not that I didn't have the ability, it's just I was lazy as all hell. I'm 28 now, and do feel my qualifications and what not are holding me back. I want to start small and go to get my GCSE's in English, Maths and Science, but I don't know where to begin.

Does anyone know where I should begin?



You just did me mon, the journey of a 1000 miles begins with a little step. Good luck.

One day you may be as brayny as me an that.

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 Post subject: Re: Getting GCSE's
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Good luck to any person who tries to educate themselves further.

There was a lovely moment on a radio phone in yesterday when a younger brother phoned in and said.

I'm so proud of my older brother, he just gained a 2-1 at university.

He said, They told my family he would never speak, never be able to hold a conversation, never do the most basic of things,

My brother is Autistic.

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