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Nicholas Hall Post 1

26 Nov 2020, 20:09

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Sorry couldn't see how to post a new discussion in this section!

What I have read so far is very interesting. I was surprised how many students didn't have an A- or A-Levels, as these are required to enter University. I think one of the good points about the Open University is that it is open to anyone who has missed out or wants to study for a degree. 


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Richard Collins Post 2 in reply to 1

13 Aug 2021, 18:04

Have to admit not being surprised as I was already aware of these facts. But the facts to make me feel proud to be part of the OU family. I'm dyslexic, without the OU I would never been able to prove that I was not lazy or a slow learner. A phrase most dyslectics will have heard said about them.

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Robert Stocks Post 3 in reply to 1

13 Aug 2021, 19:23

I was aware of the diversity of OU but when presented with the statistics to provided clarity of the actual scale of the size of the provision the variety of people who study through OU