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In order to take an A level in Russian I would need to learn all the vocabulary from GCSE and A level specifications. Do these resources provide enough vocabulary to get a good grade?

https://www.memrise.com/course/53917...sian-syllabus/
https://www.memrise.com/course/25966...6/?action=next
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No-one can tell you for sure. I don't think many people on here study Russian as a subject. Use this and carry on searching for more resources. Then compare the two to see if there is any additional information that is offered by each of the websites. Do this with more websites so that you'll be able to learn more and don't rely on one site.
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