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French A level help!

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    I wanted to take French for A-level however I didn't take the GCSE. I understand French but not fluent in it and I plan to take the exam in a private center.

    Is this wise? I will be attending more classes as well.

    You do need a teacher to steer you through the mark scheme so you can click with the structure of it- you can be a brilliant linguist and still struggle if you don't know it well. So maybe get a tutor who has a lot of experience with the modern A levels to mark a few past papers of yours- shouldn't be more than £50 for a few sessions.
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