haannahbee
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Hi, I'm currently studying AQA French at A2 level and I absolutely love it but I find it so difficult. It's definitely my worst subject. I'm predicted an A* in history, an A in art and design, and a C in French.
In my French AS last year I got an E due to 0 revision as I thought that I could wing the exam like I had done at GCSE.
I'm planning on resisting AS French in June, as well as take my A2 French exam but I'm finding it so hard to revise, I don't really know how to revise for French.
Does any one have any tips on how to revise AS/A2 french, or what do you's do to revise it? I would really love to bring my grade up to a B, I'd even be happy with a C but at the minute I don't even know if I could get that.
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Read everything! any vocab you dont know, learn it. speak to yourself daily in french. listen to radiofrance even if you dont understand a thing. Basically become insane, but it works. I went up from a B at Gcse to a target of an A at as level.
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