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    I did my Spanish GCSE last year (Year 10 for me) with literally 0 revision and got full marks. -I’m bi-lingual obvs
    Sooo, should I do A-level Spanish??? I think there’s more coursework to it but it wouldn’t be that challenging as I wouldn’t have to learn or understand any of the vocabulary (as I already do). I’m on track to getting full 8s and 9s at GCSE, so I wouldn’t have such a challenge managing revision w A level werk.
    The extra UCAS points would be pretty snazzy. Especially for my Oxbridge applications....
    Advice por favor
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    Sounds like you’ve got a great advantage, I say go for it
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