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    Hi,lovlies ^^ I dont wanna waste your time so I make it quick.

    I have been living in Germany for 20 years and I went to the nursery,primary and high school, so yeah I'm a native speaker.

    One yer ago we moved to London, and the course I would like to take in University requires A LEVEL in modern language.
    Obviously I was thinking of doing A LEVEL GERMAN.

    My question is do you think I could pass it without studying or do I need to study and revise hard?

    Cheers guys!
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    (Original post by SHINeexGOT7)
    Hi,lovlies ^^ I dont wanna waste your time so I make it quick.

    I have been living in Germany for 20 years and I went to the nursery,primary and high school, so yeah I'm a native speaker.

    One yer ago we moved to London, and the course I would like to take in University requires A LEVEL in modern language.
    Obviously I was thinking of doing A LEVEL GERMAN.

    My question is do you think I could pass it without studying or do I need to study and revise hard?

    Cheers guys!
    I honestly think that for a native it shouldn't be too hard))
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    I take A level German and I would say that it is still hard even if you're a native speaker. One of the students in my class is a native speaker and still often makes mistakes - examiners look for work that reflects what has been taught from the syllabus and in the case of the native speaker from my class, the problem is that she knows german too well and the way in which she writes doesn't always match what we have been taught. So, I would suggest that if you take it as an A level you still work hard, it will probably still be really easy, but the work you put in could be the difference between an A and a B
 
 
 

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