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    At the moment, I'm doing 5 AS's- four of them are in my sig, and French.

    In my mock, I got a low B but I was really hoping for an A. Anyway, now I'm wondering if I should drop it. I don't need 5 subjects anyway and I think I'd rather 4 As than 4As and a B.

    When I told my French teacher, they said something about leaving off the cash-in code and the grade wouldn't register but that seemed really suspicious to me. They can hide an exam grade? Even when applying to uni etc.?

    So anyway, should I drop French and concentrate on getting good As in the other 4? I know I wouldn't carry it to A2 anyway... Or do I investigate this code thing?

    Any advice?
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    Do you like it?
    If you don't, then drop it.
    If you do, then continue. Even if you do get a B, that's still a really good grade!

    EDIT: I'm only saying this because I believe a language can be far too much hard work if you're not into it. However, the AS exams are pretty okay, I got As in French and German last year and my German is absolutely terrible!
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    Depends. Seem like you're pretty sure you want to drop it and as you say you don't need five.
    (the whole hiding a grade thing sounds suspicious to me too though =S)

    However if you do like french and want to have a better grasp of the language than keep it on and, like the poster above said, a B is still a great grade to get.

    =)
 
 
 
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