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SOOOOOOO I'm currently in year 11 revising for my mocks and GCSEs and I found out that my school are allowing some students to drop subjects (GCSES) if they lack interest in their chosen GCSE subjects and it gave me some thought as to if I should drop GCSE French, I've never been very enthusiastic about French because a lot of ppl in my class found it easy whereas I still struggle with simple phrases ))))). Anywayyy what do u think I should do?????
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Your already starting revision your year just started. If you want to drop French then do but you want to make sure you get into another class
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(Original post by mango987654321)
SOOOOOOO I'm currently in year 11 revising for my mocks and GCSEs and I found out that my school are allowing some students to drop subjects (GCSES) if they lack interest in their chosen GCSE subjects and it gave me some thought as to if I should drop GCSE French, I've never been very enthusiastic about French because a lot of ppl in my class found it easy whereas I still struggle with simple phrases ))))). Anywayyy what do u think I should do?????
What degree do you want to do in the future? I think some universities like UCL want a foreign language at a passing grade? (I've just done my GCSEs) Look to be honest look at your grades (What you have been getting in your unit tests) if you've been getting 5s 6s or 7s or even More don't drop it because when you do pass in GCSE's you don't have to take it in A Levels and then you have a great chance of being employed or enrolled into uni. If you hate French and are getting 4s and 3s just drop it. If you fail it at GCSE's then it's just going to be a waste as you have dedicated some time in your gcse to study french when that could've been used for other subjects during GCSE's and takes a lot of stress away from you
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Don't do anything that doesn't inspire you, it's a waste of time!

I had such a hard time with french when I was taking it for GCSE so I understand. I got A's for my coursework but when it came to the exams I got 2 U's. That's because my school taught us how to memorise words on a sheet of paper and not how to speak French...

If you don't need it, what's the point?
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(Original post by Anesta)
Don't do anything that doesn't inspire you, it's a waste of time!

I had such a hard time with french when I was taking it for GCSE so I understand. I got A's for my coursework but when it came to the exams I got 2 U's. That's because my school taught us how to memorise words on a sheet of paper and not how to speak French...

If you don't need it, what's the point?

LOL That's what happened in our school.
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