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20% off Ics online courses (Gcse, A levels etc.) all September @Ics plus quidco £255.20

As per title an extra 20% ics courses, so it makes the online gcse l around £230 after quidco. A level £295.20. More courses available.
sconto Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago5 Comments
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Anyway ics tracked on quidco for £80! So if I get that it works out at: £175 plus exam fee. Still much much cheaper than other online companies so pretty happy with that.
Who would you recommend to study with emise?
i would seriously look into this before signing up, i have recently sent miune back after speakin with aqa the examining body they use, you can do this yourself and just book the exams as you would have to anyway and pay for them seperately to which you also have to do with the course.

I have read a lot of reviews about this company and i will not be studying with them.
It all helps. Also If you are unemployed these courses are usualy free with your local adult learning centres.
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Burnleypingu Avatar8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago2 Comments
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one word of warning with this company, there is no support on ANY of the IT courses they offer, also some of the course work is at least 10 years out of date. this has happened to my hubby bought the A+ in 2006 and the course work was dated 1998! all exams that were offered via a third party ( they dont do IT exams) didnt have any of the exams to cover the course work that was sent out. It took 9 months of constant phoning and arguing with them to get the 2006 version and even that still covers 1998 to 2000,
There is also no structure with the A+ course, your just sent the books and a disc and left to your own devices. When we contacted them for advise they gave hubby the phone number and email address for the author she was not happy and point blank refused to help ( cant blame her) it did cost over £10 to phone her as she is in the USA.
Personally i wouldnt waste my money with them and pay the extra to get proper support, modules etc

With this is mind it is a cold deal.

Thanks for the heads up!