Anybody done a Pre-U in Philosophy and Theology+ What's alevel french like?

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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?
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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
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