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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    I'm not really sure, maybe another language? I don't want something too taxing, I'm just thinking of UCAS points. >.<


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    Definitely yes
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    (Original post by Tibbz2)
    It seems a lot of people at my school have started already, which is making me quite uncertain about the fact I haven't
    is this regarding work load or depression :lol: ?
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    (Original post by Futuremedic2096)
    Why leeds?
    I know leeds is my first choice and they're using BMAT for the first time for 2015 entry, just my luck
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Hello guys, it's been a while!!!
    Two questions:
    1) instead of doing 4 A levels next year which I think will be too strenuous for me, I'm thinking of taking a new AS level alongside my three A Levels I am continuing... Would that be a good idea?
    2)anyone at Cardiff Comic Con on Saturday?:-)


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    Hello :wavey: for 1 i think it is, quite a few people in my school do that although they do like a BTEC one or no exam IT ( They're not the cleverest )
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    (Original post by Spacey368)
    Guys this thread is dying... Or everybody is drowning in AS level work
    PREACH.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Definitely yes
    Okay then! :3

    (Original post by techno836)
    Hello :wavey: for 1 i think it is, quite a few people in my school do that although they do like a BTEC one or no exam IT ( They're not the cleverest )
    Yeah, I don't want to do something that involves too much work so I don't mess up my A Levels, but I would kind of like to do a new subject .-.
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Okay then! :3



    Yeah, I don't want to do something that involves too much work so I don't mess up my A Levels, but I would kind of like to do a new subject .-.
    Which language?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Which language?
    I could easily do Welsh because I have a GCSE in it, but I would love to do Italian or German but not sure if that would be available because I haven't got the GCSE's... but I'm doing Spanish at A Level so maybe if I do additional classes I could pick them up? Italian is similar to Spanish...
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    I could easily do Welsh because I have a GCSE in it, but I would love to do Italian or German but not sure if that would be available because I haven't got the GCSE's... but I'm doing Spanish at A Level so maybe if I do additional classes I could pick them up? Italian is similar to Spanish...
    Italian!

    Best language :ahee: and my French/Spanish are better than it, but I love Italian...

    It's easy enough at AS anyway. All you have to do is learn the new grammar :woo: and words

    You've excited me now

    Don't do Welsh, it's a whole different structure.

    In fact I might ask do self teach Spanish and Italian AS next year instead of French A2
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Italian!

    Best language :ahee: and my French/Spanish are better than it, but I love Italian...

    It's easy enough at AS anyway. All you have to do is learn the new grammar :woo: and words

    You've excited me now

    Don't do Welsh, it's a whole different structure.

    In fact I might ask do self teach Spanish and Italian AS next year instead of French A2
    Also with Welsh, I want to go to Uni in England so it's pretty much useless there.
    My personal tutor is a language teacher, I'll ask her about it. ^-^
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Also with Welsh, I want to go to Uni in England so it's pretty much useless there.
    My personal tutor is a language teacher, I'll ask her about it. ^-^
    I hate you!

    I'm now looking at Italian A Level past papers :facepalm: with my grammar books out
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I hate you!

    I'm now looking at Italian A Level past papers :facepalm: with my grammar books out
    I'm sorry, I didn't mean to D:
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    I'm sorry, I didn't mean to D:
    Italian boundaries seem pretty high... 62/70 for an A :eek: is it because natives take it?

    Your Spanish WJEC right? Easy?

    Did 2 exercises, got 12/15 without understanding it grammar...:sogood:
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    Okay then! :3



    Yeah, I don't want to do something that involves too much work so I don't mess up my A Levels, but I would kind of like to do a new subject .-.
    I think IT is common one, i don't think it can ever hurt to have/do any form of IT/computing so that would be my suggestion if possible

    the workload doesn't seem that hard someone in my year completed the whole AS and half of A2 last year in Y11
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Italian boundaries seem pretty high... 62/70 for an A :eek: is it because natives take it?

    Your Spanish WJEC right? Easy?

    Did 2 exercises, got 12/15 without understanding it grammar...:sogood:
    It's pretty straightforward

    (Original post by techno836)
    I think IT is common one, i don't think it can ever hurt to have/do any form of IT/computing so that would be my suggestion if possible

    the workload doesn't seem that hard someone in my year completed the whole AS and half of A2 last year in Y11
    I didn't take IT at GCSE though
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    (Original post by blamethenargles)
    It's pretty straightforward



    I didn't take IT at GCSE though
    Oh hahaha then just forget what i said ;D
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    So I just refused chocolate cake
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    (Original post by silver wanderer)
    So I just refused chocolate cake
    Are you feeling okay?:eek:
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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Are you feeling okay?:eek:
    Clearly not Im all for the sponge cakes :yum:
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    (Original post by techno836)
    is this regarding work load or depression :lol: ?
    :lol: Both!
 
 
 
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