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Whether you enter for the foundation or the higher tier is largely a matter of personal choice and depends on your own aspirations.
Many Oxford Open Learning students only need to obtain a Grade 4 or 5, for example, to get onto a further education course.
In such a case, you are probably best off sitting the Foundation papers.
However, If you wish to go on and study a course which requires the use of maths, you will probably wish to study the higher tier. It is worth noting that the Oxford Open Learning Trust, like most educational institutions, only accept students onto a Maths A level course if the student has completed the GCSE at higher tier.
Ultimately the choice is yours, but it is not a choice you need to make at the point of enrolment. Once you have started the course you can discuss this with your Tutor and make up your mind.
You will need to have made this decision by the time you make your exam entry, normally about 4 months before your exam. This is mostly a matter of personal choice. Both offer two tiers and both will prepare you for further education.Goldsmiths, University of London is in South East London.
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate degrees as well as teacher training (PGCE), Study Abroad and short courses. Oct 11, · In this sense, the work was very personal (like the “Scatole”), but in his willingness to deface his personal history, it also is the clearest representation of Rauschenberg’s work as a.
Pearson Edexcel GCSE History Controlled Assessment Teacher Support Booklet Updated for Representations of History, from It draws on the advice of the topic-specific documents produced in (and CA5 Vietnam c–75 CA6 Civil Rights and protest in the USA – Nov 28, · Understanding accuracy, objectivity and completeness as criteria to analyse the three representations of History in Part C of the Edexcel GCSE History Controlled Assessment.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at King's. When you come into residence you will be told in detail about the history course. In the meantime, you can get a good idea of what the study of history at Cambridge involves from the History Faculty website.
I will be in touch later in the year. A look back at more than two dozen Vietnam War-related LIFE magazine covers, from the early s through the early s.