alexdunn07
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So I'm in year 9 and I start my year 10 timetable on Monday and spanish is one of my options. I was wondering if people who have done it could give me some general info about it e.g how hard it is, what topics you study, about the exams and stories about your personal experience with GCSE spanish etc.

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Personally I absolutely hated Spanish with a passion. Not because of the teacher but because of the actual course itself. Don't let that put you off though.

You will be doing coursework throughout the years up until your exam which are speaking and writing exams. I believe the school send off 2 writings and 2 speakings and they count for a certain percentage of your GCSE.

The topics I did were something like
Home and Town
Environment
School
Holidays
Family

I'm sure there are many others but those are like the common, most important ones that come up on the exams.

Good luck, languages require an obscene amount of work.
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Make sure you work hard on your Coursework just in case.

They made the exam so much harder than past papers this year (edexcel)
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(Original post by SuperHuman98)
Make sure you work hard on your Coursework just in case.

They made the exam so much harder than past papers this year (edexcel)
I can second that.
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