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(Original post by d.luffy)
My point is not to self study but to bring a tutor to study with you the whole syllabus and self study in small occasions like revisions...etc, and no I have no clue about the contents, the only thing I know is that french in all cases won't take much of my time as I am a native speaker in that language, what I would be spending my time the most is with the 2 other subjects I am going to take, yes I am well aware that I will have to study way more then any students.
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You said you're a native speaker then later on say you're not?
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(Original post by J.tytler)
If you have C's at GCSE is Oxford really realistic?
C in english ... and if oxford request a better english grade after I finish my A levels I can take them to show them I can get an A....

Igcse doesn't really matter after what I have seen... if you get excellent grades in A levels and give an excellent interview.... your taken.

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You said you're a native speaker then later on say you're not?
I speak daily french it doesn't mean my french is my 1st language, same goes as english.

though I used native in a wrong way....
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(Original post by d.luffy)
C in english ... and if oxford request a better english grade after I finish my A levels I can take them to show them I can get an A....

Igcse doesn't really matter after what I have seen... if you get excellent grades in A levels and give an excellent interview.... your taken.



I speak daily french it doesn't mean my french is my 1st language, same goes as english.

though I used native in a wrong way....
But if you're doing an A Level in English then surely you're unlikely to get an A if you could only get a C at GCSE.
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But if you're doing an A Level in English then surely you're unlikely to get an A if you could only get a C at GCSE.
To be honest with you, during my GCSE I haven't STUDIED at all ... and as of that I have at least past with a C, now if I study as I am doing right now I think I would have had A without any doubts.
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To be honest with you, during my GCSE I haven't STUDIED at all ... and as of that I have at least past with a C, now if I study as I am doing right now I think I would have had A without any doubts.
But that doesn't mean you can get an A at A Level. You really need to work on your English grammar too if you want to study for A Levels.
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But that doesn't mean you can get an A at A Level. You really need to work on your English grammar too if you want to study for A Levels.
I know that, thats what I am planning to do when I finish the exams I am taking now.
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