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    I am currently in year 11. I want to do A-level Arabic but my college doesn't offer it, so I will need to learn it by myself. I also want to do 4 other A-levels ( maths, further maths, econ, physics) so if I do Arabic I will be doing 5 A-levels. I know a little arabic and my first language is kurdish which is close to arabic. How hard do you think A level Arabic would be?

    I don't know about A-level Arabic but just Maths, FM and physics by themselves are difficult so if you're really set on doing A-level Arabic, I think you should do only 3 at school, leaving you with more free time to dedicate to Arabic. My friends who take languages all say that it requires a whole new level of dedication.

    Regardless of what you choose, good luck!! (I hope my advice helps )

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