Hello there, hope you´re all having a great and relaxing summer. I am planning to organise lessons in Spanish and French for home educated kids in my area. I want to offer tuition so they can take a GCSE or iGCSE test. I have just started looking into the different ways of doing it as an external candidate. I would welcome information from any of you who has had previous experience of doing this. I have a couple of questions: * Which board is more convenient. For instance, with external candidates it's easier to coordinate one exam in one day, rather than different pieces of coursework, etc. I am familiar with AQA, not so much with the others or the iGCSEs. * I was thinking of approaching local secondary schools to see if they would let my students sit the tests at their centre paying them the entry fee. Is this something you did in the past, is there a more logical convenient way of doing it that you know about? The cost is also important, in my old school the examination officer let me see the price per entry and it was really cheap about 11 pounds or so per student, however, private companies are charging about 100 or 200 pounds just for the privilege of sitting the exam! PS: I am just asking for practical information on the best way and the best board to enter exams for external candidates. I would appreciate that people with strong opinions about "home education" refrain from commenting on this post. Thanks.