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    I'm currently doing Spanish at GCSE with consistent A* grades in all examined areas. I will for sure be taking it at A-level, however I do wish to learn another language. French? Would it be easy or challenging? Is it worth an A-level option when I'm already taking one language? Help please!!
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    I'm currently doing Spanish at GCSE with consistent A* grades in all examined areas. I will for sure be taking it at A-level, however I do wish to learn another language. French? Would it be easy or challenging? Is it worth an A-level option when I'm already taking one language? Help please!!
    Schools/colleges usually expect you to have a grade B GCSE at the chosen language. Without doing the language at GCSE will be challenging as when you take it at GCSE you learn the basic things.
 
 
 

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