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    Okay so basically I was wondering how you go about doing a 6th higher, or if I'm too late? I am currently studying Maths, English, Physics, Music and Geography at Higher level. I do not want to drop maths, physics or music and english is compulsory at my school. I am doing geography as it was the way the columns worked out and in that column geography was the only subject I had studied. I really wanted to do French as my 5th higher which was impossible without dropping music which I don't want to do. Anyway I found out last week that I got 98% in my national 5 french exam, so I feel it would be foolish not to do it at higher. Is there any way I could do it at night classes at college? I live in the Glasgow area. I have been searching for information on this for days but I can't find any actual SQA Higher French course.
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    Personally, I would take higher French in the music column, then do music outside of timetable. Going up at lunchtimes etc, getting help from a teacher then. As it really isn't too hard, especially if you get help from the instrument tutors for the practical side of the exam and try your best to teach yourself the listening part, going to your music teacher if you have any problems. Hope that helps, any questions just quote me!


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