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    I can speak and understand urdu fluently; I can read it, but takes me a long time to fully read a sentence and I make some mistakes and I can write simple sentences.

    Would it be worth it to do the GCSE?
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    Have you looked through some past papers to see if you'd find it ok?
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    I did it last year in year 10, it's very basic. It took me a while to read the sentences too, but just practice a little and you'll be fine. You might wanna do some writing practice as well, maybe with your parents or something

    It's really not a hard GCSE if you speak it at home
 
 
 
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