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English A-level

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by hhhh, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. hhhh

    hhhh Star commenter

    Asking for a friend of a friend...
    Are any English A-level courses now completely online? Are any ONLY completed online, as in with no handwritten exam? I told the person who asked that I couldn't see that being the case, but she was adamant.
    So please could any current teachers let me know if it's true, and what you think about it if so? I did a quick google which suggested none (Lang/Lit or combined) are, but I'd appreciate it if any current teachers/examiners could confirm this please?
    Thanks
     
  2. Sanz1981

    Sanz1981 Occasional commenter

    never heard of such...
     
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  3. hhhh

    hhhh Star commenter

    Thanks. I can't believe it either. How could it work?
     
  4. Sanz1981

    Sanz1981 Occasional commenter

    Maybe in 50 years when the art of writing has vanished, then...
     
  5. MrMedia

    MrMedia Star commenter

    You can study online and they use a Skype tutor to provide more tutition. But the assessment is the same as always. Handwritten examination.
     
  6. atwoodfan

    atwoodfan New commenter

    It is unusual but we have had rare instances (I think) where a (statemented) student was able to write with an exam Cromebook (obviously disconnected / with no resources / no spell check etc.). This was a few years ago now.
     

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