Talk to be about pre-u. Want to study either french/history with or without french/politics/law or maybe a french degree. Hopes to be a barrister then have a career in politics.
So want advice on pre-u qualifications and what there like and the workload. I need A*AA or AAB and my teacher said getting a top grade in a pre-u is unlikely due to competing with top london schools.
Also whats alevel french like? is it hard what work do you do at the start of your alevel the homework etc?
Anybody done a Pre-U in Philosophy and Theology+ What's alevel french like? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-02-2016 18:21
- 09-02-2016 20:01
I can't comment on Pre-U but I can help you out about A Level French!
I'm currently doing my AS in French and I love it! It really develops your understanding and fluency of the language I would say that it is pretty hard but once you get your tenses and your irregulars (no more neglecting the etre verbs ) then it becomes really enjoyable!
My homework usually consists of grammar exercises or writing pieces, with vocabulary being tested regularly.
Any questions about A Level French, just drop me a line