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I'm studying... Textiles, English language and English literature.

I'm interested in... Fashion

My study level is... A-level (A2)
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I'm studying... Textiles, English language and English literature.

I'm interested in... Fashion

My study level is... A-level (A2)
Hey I was wondering what textiles is like in alevels because I will be doing it next year ☺️


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Hey I was wondering what textiles is like in alevels because I will be doing it next year ☺️


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Hey! My course is 50% theory and 50% coursework, so depending on what exam board you're on it could be slightly different. But I really love textiles! We did a big coursework project from September to just before the half term where you research whatever you want and then design and make a product. This bit is really fun but does take a lot of effort to have everything done on time. The other half of the course is theory, learning about fibres and the basics of textiles, it took me a while to get my head around it but it's worth it, especially if you're considering taking it on to uni. All in all the course is hard work but really enjoyable at the same time hope this helped xx
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Hey! My course is 50% theory and 50% coursework, so depending on what exam board you're on it could be slightly different. But I really love textiles! We did a big coursework project from September to just before the half term where you research whatever you want and then design and make a product. This bit is really fun but does take a lot of effort to have everything done on time. The other half of the course is theory, learning about fibres and the basics of textiles, it took me a while to get my head around it but it's worth it, especially if you're considering taking it on to uni. All in all the course is hard work but really enjoyable at the same time hope this helped xx
Thanks, I look forward to doing it next year but for now I have my gcse textiles exam in March 😁 xx


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Thanks, I look forward to doing it next year but for now I have my gcse textiles exam in March 😁 xx


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