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    I have just received my 'A'in GCSE English Language with Edexcel.
    I am a mature student who works fulltime. I'll be in the college one day a week to study Foundation Degree.
    Am wondering whether or not to take on A- Level in English language as I have surprised myself with the result. I only needed and hoped for 'C'.
    My question is: 'How much more work is there (or not?) to do A-Level in comparion to GCSE?
    Thank you.
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    (Original post by Gabika1979)
    I have just received my 'A'in GCSE English Language with Edexcel.
    I am a mature student who works fulltime. I'll be in the college one day a week to study Foundation Degree.
    Am wondering whether or not to take on A- Level in English language as I have surprised myself with the result. I only needed and hoped for 'C'.
    My question is: 'How much more work is there (or not?) to do A-Level in comparion to GCSE?
    Thank you.
    How much revision did you do for the GCSE?
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    How much revision did you do for the GCSE?
    From Febeuary onwards half terms only daily as I work. (i did 3 GCSE's)
 
 
 
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