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    hello i am about three weeks into sixth form now and for one of my a level subjects i chose English language, however i am not enjoying it and more than anything want to change to English literature, i was wondering though if its too late?! because i know the class had a reading list over the summer and i think it might be too late to catch up, is it? if anyone could tell me i would be so grateful
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    Talk to your school,depends on their policy, I had friends who changed to English after 2-3 weeks, but be prepared to put in more work to catch up everything youve missed if your school allows you to take it up.
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    It'd be pretty easy to catch up. No one tends to do the reading over the summer. You'd have to talk to your school though.
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    (Original post by Hylean)
    It'd be pretty easy to catch up. No one tends to do the reading over the summer. You'd have to talk to your school though.
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    also, OP talk to the school and your english teachers
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    I would suggest you change, English Language gets even worse at A2. :'( haha
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    You could probably start now, yeah. We've not done anything that you couldn't catch up with so far in English Lit. You may just need to put a bit of time aside to read the texts.
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    thank you so so much everybody! i think i will change!
 
 
 
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