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    This is helpful thank you! Do you have anything for people starting A-level in Sept.?
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    (Original post by Smidge_midge)
    This is helpful thank you! Do you have anything for people starting A-level in Sept.?
    Thanks, what would you like to know about A-levels? My recent topic about choosing your GCSE is also relevant for a-levels.
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    Thanks, what would you like to know about A-levels? My recent topic about choosing your GCSE is also relevant for a-levels.
    Oh okay, thanks! I was going to ask about the difference in difficulty between them? I've heard languages are especially harder at A level
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    Okay, A - level languages are obviously harder than normal topics but think of it like this, why would you want to do a language when you can externally do it at your own pace? Perhaps through a crash course, etc. Of course, if you want to become an official translator or something, then that's fine. Do a level language. If not, I wouldn't recommend wasting your time taking a language. Usually employers look for experienced people when you apply for a job. So I recommend that you try to fit in as much part time work/volunteered work as possible in your free time. Also, go for topics that help your career, your future. Something that you can't do by yourself.
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    May I ask what are your future aspirations?

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