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    I really enjoy French (WJEC) and would like to take it for a level but I'm worried it'll be ridiculously hard. I'd like to get all As at AS so I need to pick something that I enjoy but also something that will allow me to get an A.

    I want to do a Geography degree at Cambridge.

    What do you recommend?

    Thanks, Ari x
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    The easiest way to get an A at AS level is to pick subjects you enjoy, are passionate about and are good at. Usually the last one comes with the first two
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    What is your current level of ability? If you already have quite a high level of French then it will be easier for you to continue to do well at A level, and I also agree that if you really do enjoy it, that will make it so much easier for you as learning and revision won't be as much of a chore! Also consider whether it will be helpful/relevant in the future.
 
 
 
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