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What is French, Product Design, Biology and Psychology like at A-level? watch

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    I am thinking of take French, Product Design, Biology and Psychology for A-level, I was wondering if any of you have taken one or more of them and what you think about them, and how demanding, rewarding, how much time/effort you have to put in for a good grade, how much free time you had and what it's like with the jump from GCSE to A-level? Also I'm in Year 11 and next year I will be doing the new A-levels but I would still like to know what all the subjects are like? And what you achieved at GCSE and or A-level? What you are thinking of doing in the future etc and if you had a job or volunteered or did clubs or was head girl/boy and or a prefect etc what you did in free periods etc thankyou!
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