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    how did you guys find the French exam ?

    **** for me
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    (Original post by sahraahmmed100%)
    how did you guys find the French exam ?

    **** for me
    Edexcel or AQA?
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    Trust me, I'm DEAD
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    for edexcel it was SOOOO easy and i'm bad at french! Byt the sounds of it AQA sounded harder
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Edexcel or AQA?
    aqa
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    (Original post by Tasnia'x)
    Trust me, I'm DEAD
    omg i know

    tbh i dont care about french
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    (Original post by sahraahmmed100%)
    aqa
    Ahh sorry...Edexcel :getmecoat:

    AQA aren't doing well are they lmao
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    OMG Same here, French is **** anyway, it won't even get me anywhere since
    i'm doing another language subject anyway. And the listening, i couldn't even here at all,
    some stupid voice they have
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    edexcel or edexcel igcse? Cos the igcse the really really hard
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    French Reading = Confident
    French Listening = Just kill me.
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    Reading and listening grade boundaries were very low last year. There's hope yet.
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    (Original post by Bulletzone)
    French Reading = Confident
    French Listening = Just kill me.
    loooool thats what i thought
    like the reading i was like maybe a have a chance
    but as soon as the listening started i gave up so quick
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    (Original post by M451)
    Reading and listening grade boundaries were very low last year. There's hope yet.
    Dyu think this year was harder in comparison? Because listening definitely was, not sure about reading they were similar
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    hope the grade boundaries are low but you never know

    the listening was a guessing game for me anyway
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    I thought the listening was hard but I got pretty much of that last page which isn't usually the case. So comparatively speaking, I think it was better. That's probably more to do with the fact that I messed up the 2015 papers as I didn't revise much for the French mock.
    After looking at some unofficial mark schemes, I think I could have done better on the listening than on the reading.
 
 
 
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