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are my GCSE options and targets okay for law/theology

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    are my GCSE subjects and targets suitable for law/theology

    English Literature-A
    English Language-A
    Religious Studies-A
    Geography-A
    Sociology-A
    French (private)-A
    Spanish (private)-A
    Maths-B
    Chemistry-B
    Biology-B
    Physics-B
    German-c
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    (Original post by BenWood!X)
    are my GCSE subjects and targets suitable for law/theology

    English Literature-A
    English Language-A
    Religious Studies-A
    Geography-A
    Sociology-A
    French (private)-A
    Spanish (private)-A
    Maths-B
    Chemistry-B
    Biology-B
    Physics-B
    German-c
    Yeah they're pretty good

    Just focus on your A-level/IB grades as they are what's most important!
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    (Original post by BenWood!X)
    are my GCSE subjects and targets suitable for law/theology

    English Literature-A
    English Language-A
    Religious Studies-A
    Geography-A
    Sociology-A
    French (private)-A
    Spanish (private)-A
    Maths-B
    Chemistry-B
    Biology-B
    Physics-B
    German-c
    Why are you doing so bad at German if your taught it,compared to French and Spanish which you do privately,I have done German and now doing French and i don't think there is a big difference.
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    (Original post by Dalek1099)
    Why are you doing so bad at German if your taught it,compared to French and Spanish which you do privately,I have done German and now doing French and i don't think there is a big difference.
    I found German extremely difficult with the Grammar and such, it varies from person to person so best not to make assumptions :rolleyes:
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    Why are you doing so bad at German if your taught it,compared to French and Spanish which you do privately,I have done German and now doing French and i don't think there is a big difference.[/QUOTE]

    because i started german in year 8, i've done the others privately since i was 9

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