i'm currently in year 11 and i was wondering if it was a plausible idea to do my Spanish GCSE during my A-Levels. i do French GCSE and i'm predicted an A*. i am planning to take French at A-Level and may even continue it at university (not planning to do an MFL degree currently but some universities offer a course with a language, which i will probably take up). from year 7-9, i was taught French and German without the option of taking Spanish. i absolutely hated German so i dropped it but i adore French and could end up changing my mind and choosing MFL as my degree. therefore, it's probably more helpful if i have two GCSE MFL qualifications. please could people let me know how difficult it is to pick up Spanish when you are somewhat a beginner (i am Filipino so know a little Spanish, French is also similar to Spanish), how long you think it would take for me to finish a single GCSE course and whether i would have enough time to learn Spanish and do a GCSE alongside 5 AS/4 A2 Levels.
thanks so much for any replies!
opinions on doing Spanish GCSE at A-Level?
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