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    Well i have been 12 years in went to school form kinder garden to 9 grade.i haven't spoken German for three years or written anything in German.i passed my German gcse got an a.

    Will i likely to pass should i revise or should i just go there without revising

    and my school don't offer German lessons
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    I'd say you should revise since you only got an A at GCSE - well, if you want an A at A level.
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    what is german a-level like?
    I dont know if I should take it or sociology
    thanks
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    it is hard, very hard.

    well AS isn't but the step from AS to A2 is so big it's ridiculous.
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    (Original post by Libby18)
    what is german a-level like?
    I dont know if I should take it or sociology
    thanks
    It's probably changed a lot now since I did it but I found it really fun. It's a lot of hard work as a lot of it boils down to independent learning and a lot of people do find the grammar difficult.
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    You need to have lots of motivation and commitment to learn new vocab and do a bit of German everyday, it really isn't that bad and an A in GCSE is good enough. I got an A in GCSE and I am predicted to get an A for my A level. German A Level isn't bad but you just need to have the passion to get the A.
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    (Original post by Libby18)
    what is german a-level like?
    I dont know if I should take it or sociology
    thanks
    its like english and maths combined
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    (Original post by tmd001)
    its like english and maths combined
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