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Is taking Eng Lit, French, History and Film A-Level too ambitious Watch

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    I don't think you are being too ambitious. If you work hard and are committed to working hard, you will be alright.
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    (Original post by lxlxlee)
    What?
    sorry if it’s a dumb question, bu do you get what i’m trying to ask? I’m only asking because apparently colleges have made it even harder to do four this year.
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    Film A level?
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    They entail a LOT of work, but if you're focused and truly dedicated to your studies, you'll be fine!
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    (Original post by KingHarold)
    Film A level?
    I meant to say ‘at A-Level’ but yes they would all be A Levels, and if you’re asking why, it’s because I’m really into the arts ans film.
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    Heya I did French, Eng lit and bio last year. I have to say; you must be excellent at french... you must be near near fluent if you would like to get a B or above. I feel like English Literature was my relax, fun subject and i do think you'll enjoy it, despite the long essays..


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    (Original post by ilirianalleshi)
    Heya I did French, Eng lit and bio last year. I have to say; you must be excellent at french... you must be near near fluent if you would like to get a B or above. I feel like English Literature was my relax, fun subject and i do think you'll enjoy it, despite the long essays..


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    and oh good then! eng lit was the one i was worrying about the most because it isn’t my best subject. thanks for the well wishes!
 
 
 
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