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    In my AS year I did German and got an A, but dropped it so I'm a little rusty. I'd like to continue learning German in my gap year now but was wondering if anyone knows what level I should attempt? B1 seemed most appropriate but not sure how hard/easy it'll be given my A at AS. Any advice would be appreciated
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    A at AS will mean you are definitely B1 (or at least were until you forgot your knowledge).
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    A at AS will mean you are definitely B1 (or at least were until you forgot your knowledge).
    Ah ok thanks, does that mean I should brush up a little and sit B1 or push on to B2 do you reckon? I presume with a bit of work B1 would be pretty easy then?
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    (Original post by midgemeister7)
    Ah ok thanks, does that mean I should brush up a little and sit B1 or push on to B2 do you reckon? I presume with a bit of work B1 would be pretty easy then?
    Push for B2, I can't imagine how a B1 level would come in use since you need a B2 to study at a German university and even then you still have a way to go with the German language. Bear in mind that B2 will take a very long time to achieve though.
 
 
 
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