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    (Original post by Amz1217)
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    wooooop! someone who does ICT. how is it as an AS?
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    (Original post by Fool In The Rain)
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    Yay you do French. How is it as an AS level?


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    (Original post by medskarim)
    wooooop! someone who does ICT. how is it as an AS?
    Haha, ICT people are far and few. I do AQA ICT and tbh AS is quite easy if you decide to put the work in, unlike a lot of people in my class who neglected the subject and got D's, just put in the work and you'll be fine
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    (Original post by medskarim)
    Yay you do French. How is it as an AS level?


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    Dois-je répondre en français :cool:? Non.

    I study the WJEC syllabus and from that, it's okay at least. It can be hard because for me the roles were reversed, at GCSE, I found the listening and writing the hardest aspects, but at AS level, the hardest are most certainly for me the speaking and writing/reading. (so basically all of it since you the reading/writing/listening in one exam ).

    I did my French GCSE in year 9 and got a B, so I was dreading not knowing anything. But, it transitioned quite smoothly. Make sure you do plenty of vocabulary lists and check how to do grammar as much as you can. The stuff you do at AS level isn't that interesting (Leisure, Sports, Holidays, Family, Traditions, Healthy eating, Drugs and Alcohol, etc). But I would work hard to carry on doing it at A2 (where it gets more interesting).
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    (Original post by H0ls)
    History.
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    Bit confused as to why I'm being negged for having an opinion on the subjects I study.
    Tell me about it, your post was not offending in any way so why the negs? Some tsr users really know how to dish out the hate lol. Also if you have offers for medicine do not disclose, as you will receive a torrent of negs, well thats what ive learnt.
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    as it says above

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    [You asked about uni stuff too, but that's in my sig, so I'm not gonna bother to write it out]
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