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    So I need help on finalising my choices for A Level subjects, I am set on doing Government & Politics and also Economics, but I am deciding on whether I should do German and Maths for my last two options.

    I enjoy German and I have a passion for Maths. However the fact that the new specification for German which I will have to do if I take it, requires me to speak spontaneously for around 20 minutes about a named subject. That just makes me quite scared as I can imagine myself not being confident in that part of the specification. Everything else for German seems fine.

    For Maths, I have a passion for this subject and my target is a 7- which is equivalent to an A- I think and my working at grade is a 6, equivalent to a B. The target requirement for entry level is a 7 which is fine. However for my most recent mock result I got a 5 which is a C, so I am quite confused on what to do now and whether to pick it or not.

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    So I need help on finalising my choices for A Level subjects, I am set on doing Government & Politics and also Economics, but I am deciding on whether I should do German and Maths for my last two options.

    I enjoy German and I have a passion for Maths. However the fact that the new specification for German which I will have to do if I take it, requires me to speak spontaneously for around 20 minutes about a named subject. That just makes me quite scared as I can imagine myself not being confident in that part of the specification. Everything else for German seems fine.

    For Maths, I have a passion for this subject and my target is a 7- which is equivalent to an A- I think and my working at grade is a 6, equivalent to a B. The target requirement for entry level is a 7 which is fine. However for my most recent mock result I got a 5 which is a C, so I am quite confused on what to do now and whether to pick it or not.

    Help pleaseee xx
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