I am not too great at drawing/painting and didn't do art at GCSE however i have done 'Resistant Materials' at GCSE which is essentially designing and creating products e.g a lamp or a child's toy ... i got an A in that.
I have been told from a family member that it is quite similar and that i can still get high grades in the subject by not being a great drawer/painter.
If you have done this as an A level or can give me words of advice that would be rlly appreciated
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- 05-11-2016 23:07
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- 08-11-2016 00:20
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