I did French GCSE 2 years early in Year 9 and over the course of one year instead of two. I achieved an A. There was an option to do AS-level as one of my GCSE options over two years, however I didn't really fancy that and wasn't thinking about pursuing languages as a career choice. Now though, I'm thinking of doing a languages degree and am definitely doing Spanish at A-level (predicted A* at GCSE). I was thinking it would be more beneficial to have two languages. If I were to do French, I would have to go to a different sixth form because my current school is only offering A2 in year 12 for those who did AS in year 10/11. So my question is - how hard would it be to pick up a language and do an A-level in it without doing it for 2 years?
A-level language after not doing it for 2 years? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-07-2014 17:21
- 04-07-2014 17:22
Not too hard.
Just brush up on it over summer and start.
Go for both French and Spanish!