Self-teaching at AS and A2 Watch
I am at a college at the moment, studying English Literature, French, Spanish and Government and Politics. However, I have decided I would prefer to teach myself; I feel the set structure and pace of a school day holds me back, and more importantly I have an opportunity to be part-time employed for good money. However, before I make what is undoubtedly a big decision in my life, I want to know if anyone else who has self-taught/is self-teaching has any advice, especially in an MFL, because I'm not entirely sure how easy it is to take the oral part of the exam.
Thanks, hope you can help.
P.S. I got 5 A*s and 6 As at GCSE, and probably do still want to go to university
Would definitely recommend it if you trust yourself to put the time and effort in and if your current teachers are still ok with helping you (even via email if you have any questions) that will be even better!!!
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You may now, but that can fade pretty quick...
Personally I wouldn't trust myself.