Options for A levels- Spanish and French?

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Sammyy24
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I'm in year 11 and my best subjects are French and Spanish. I enjoy them and both of my teachers want me to do their subject next year but I am worried about choosing them both for A-levels. My friend's sister has said she really regrets choosing Spanish as it is so hard and said I would be crazy if I did both! I'm wondering how much of a step up from GCSE to A-level is and if you do both what is it like? Thank you!
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i think Spanish is a better option as more people speak spanish and is more common language and honestly there is a huge gap from GCSE to A level in all subjects so if you study hard you will do well and i dont do spanish a level but i know is more useful
i hope that helped a bit good luck with your GCSE's
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