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    I got an A in GCSE French which was close to an A*. Currently I will be doing physics, maths and biology, but I might replace biology with French - should I?

    I enjoy both subjects and I'm willing to work hard, but I have a feeling I might not get a high grade in French because I'm not anywhere near being fluent in it
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    The trick with French is to be super passionate about it. In my AS French class, we had 3 girls who came from a small class who really loved the subject and got A*s at GCSE- all got like 99% in Y12. 3 others, one who got an A*, one who got a B and one who got an A who weren't that passionate and who had come from a larger class- the A* girl got a C and the other two got Bs. I would say if you're unsure and unconfident then maybe consider something different as it's a lot of work and it certainly makes it a lot easier if you're passionate, as then it doesn't feel like work!
 
 
 
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