I'm currently taking Maths, Chemistry and Biology for A level as I want to study Medicine in the future, but need to confirm a fourth A level.
I have already chosen Geography at my Sixth Form (although I previously considered taking French), but I am wondering whether switching back to French last minute is a good idea.
I do love languages and did enjoy French GCSE more than Geography (and performed better in it), but I don't quite like the A level syllabus as much as there is improvised speaking and writing - which seems quite daunting to me!
That being said I do like Geography and find some parts of it interesting and probably wouldn't dislike studying it at A level. I also think I would be able to get a better mark for it.
Any advice on what I should do? Do you have any experiences of studying French / Geography at A level?
Geography or French A level?
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