Classical Greek ASWatch
I am at the moment doing 4 A-Levels and am in year 12. My subjects are Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths (although i will take my Maths A-Level this year and do the Further Maths A-Level next year - we are given 8hours of Maths each week and i will take 7 modules this year in order to only take 5 next year).
I was thinking of doing a Classical Greek AS level over 2 years as it sounds really interesting. I have not studied Greek before but have studied Latin and really enjoyed it although i got an A at GCSE (this was because of the fact that i lost my study cards a week before the exam). Do you guys think i'm ruddy mental for thinking of doing this on top of all my other subjects and how did you find it?
(ps. This may be just because we only started last tuesday but i'm really bored at the moment as i have quite a lot of free periods and have easily completed all the work having read ahead quite a bit- so also could somebody also share their experiences on that front)
I'm going to quote in Tank Girl now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed.
Most people would say Greek is "hard", but it's actually an incredibly rewarding subject too, so if you're committed, go for it!