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Would home education work for someone in my situation?If so then how exactly??

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Willow22 | 16:57 Sun 05th Nov 2006 | Education
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PLEASE HELP!! I missed 4 years of high school and got G grades in my GCSEs as a consequence (apart from a D/C grade in English) How can I possibly catch up?
Could I catch up by home tuition method?My parents don't have a CLUE how to do this. I am scraed because I am pretty much alone. How many hours per week and what subjects would I need to take? How would I organise this? Would I still be able to take subjects such as a cooking GCSE, the practical experiments and stuff for the science? How do you recommend I go about this?I am imagining it would take me 4/5 years of tuition before I got my GCSEs (by which time I would be 23 years old) as I missed 4/5 years of school. Would this be seen as odd? How can I find out more information about home Education and how it is structured???

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Just get lost, will you ?!
what have you dont about this since the last time you asked?

Youve already wasted 2 or 3 months repeatedly asking what you can do or asking about the 11 year old boy you were in love with in primary school.

what has your education authority suggested you do? Why were you allowed to take 4/5 years off school (previous stories have mentioned 2 or 3 years)? Have you got a social worker or care worker?

The longer you sit harping on about it the longer it will take you to get sorted.

Go back and take the GCSEs that may help you get into college, Maths and english are required for most and you could take these in 1 or 2 years depending on where you study and how you study.
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