GCSE Courses

GCSE's have been designed to develop and test skills which will be relevant both for further study and in the wider world of work. It's what you can do rather than what you know. This makes them perfect for studying by distance learning. When you enrol you will be provided with one of our comprehensive study packs. Each course pack has been written to cover a specific GCSE syllabus and approved through the appropriate examination body so you can be confident that your home study course will cover everything that you need in order to pass your examination. You can start a GCSE home study course at any time but you can only sit your examination in an appropriate examination window.

PLEASE NOTE: We strongly advise that candidates Click here to read the GCSE FAQ which explains in detail about how the courses work, the possible exam dates and procedures for finding exam centres. When you order online you will be sent an email with a link to a PDF file which needs to be filled in and returned before we process your application.

ORDER PROCESS:

When you order a course via the website, you will be directed to an online student information form which needs to be filled in and submit (A link to this form will also be emailed to you). We need this form to be submit before we process your application. We will not process any payment or send any course materials until that information is returned to us. Once returned a course advisor will contact you to go over the important information about your study and the exams and will then arrange the delivery of your course materials. All applications are subject to acceptance from our course advisory team.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • You can start a GCSE home study course at any time but you can only sit your examination in an appropriate examination window.
  • All GCSE examinations have to be sat in the UK as a private candidate.
  • We cannot accept students under the age of 16 on our GCSE Courses

POSSIBLE EXAM DATES:

GCSE exams can be sat in May/June examination windows. You can sign up for a course at any time although our course tutors do set closing dates for students aiming for specific examination windows. Our closing date for students aiming for the 2015 exam window has now passed so the nearest exam window that we can accept students for is May/June 2016.

Course Type

Nearest Exam Dates

Closing Date for Applications

GCSE

May/June 2016

14 November 2015

PRICING STRUCTURE & INSTALMENT OPTIONS:

Course materials can be paid for in full or over 4 Monthly interest free instalments. You can purchase multiple GCSE courses via the Special Offers Section of our Website.

GCSE Pricing Structure

 

Total Cost

1st Payment

3 additional Instalments

One GCSE

£295.00

£145.00

£50.00

Two GCSE's

£570.00

£240.00

£110.00

Three GCSE's

£845.00

£395.00

£150.00

* Additional GCSE and IGCSE Courses would be £295.00 each, although we do not recommend students take on more than 5 GCSE's at a time. All applications are subject to acceptance from our course advisory team.

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LAW GCSE COURSE £295.00

LAW GCSE COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 200 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Law GCSE Course helps students to understand more about the law and puts you in a better position to know your rights under the English legal system. Whether as a consumer or a potential lawyer. You will develop your skills and knowledge through carefully chosen cases and a range of practical activities. Presented in a lively and entertaining manner, this course introduces the law of England and Wales. It is equally suited to students wanting to study the subject further, possibly with a legal career in mind, and to those who simply wish to find out more about the law of the land.

MATHS GCSE COURSE £295.00

MATHS GCSE COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 200 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

GCSE Mathematics in a key requirement for many job roles as it demonstrates an understanding of numbers and an ability to work with them. And yet many people find numbers intimidating. With this in mind, this home study course has been designed to guide you through the subject in logical, easy-to- follow steps, building on your understanding as your confidence grows. The Maths GCSE distance learning course gently guides the student through basic mathematical skills, progressing onto more advanced material as the student's skills and abilities develop. A reasonable level of proficiency in arithmetical skills is assumed.

PSYCHOLOGY GCSE COURSE £295.00

PSYCHOLOGY GCSE COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 200 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

Psychology is the science of the mind and behaviour. No matter who we are or what we do, some greater insight into this field will be relevant, and this is one reason why Psychology is one of the most popular of all our courses. This fascinating subject is brought to life in an entertaining course that looks at questions such as: Why do we like some people and not others? How can an individual overcome a fear of spiders? Can you improve your memory? The syllabus focuses on the methods of psychology and its practical applications. Step-by-step guidance is given with the necessary research projects.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION GCSE COURSE £295.00

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION GCSE COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 200 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Religious Education (RE) Distance Learning Course is written by Cynthia Bartlett who is an AQA examiner and the series editor for a new series of six GCSE Religious Studies textbooks. The AQA GCSE Religious Education course, Specification B Ethics, Philosophy and Religion in Society (4055), is assessed by a modular exam comprising two Units which may be taken separately or together.

SOCIOLOGY GCSE COURSE £295.00

SOCIOLOGY GCSE COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 200 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

Why are there poor people and rich people? Why is it ‘right’ to wear some clothes but not others (or none at all!)? Is there such a thing as ‘society’? With the aid of entertaining cartoons and numerous activities, this stimulating course analyses questions like these and casts a new slant on many aspects of modern life. Each lesson of the Sociology GCSE course begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study.

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