Lt1234
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I was planning on taking Spanish, Drama and Geography at A-Level however I messed up my geography exam and am now not allowed to take it as I did badly at GCSE. Due to my sixth form having limited options I now don’t know what to take. I am considering French as I recieved at grade 7 at GCSE. I am wondering how hard doing two languages will be (baring in mind I got an 8 in spanish)
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if you love languages, and you’re planning to do something with them both later after a levels, then do both.
otherwise, it’s better to keep your options more open.
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Languages r hard at A level (I’m gonna do Spanish a level) .... however if I have a passion in learning them and like them then u will be motivated to keep up that hard work
U just gotta keep at it
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If there was a Chinese a-level i'd take it
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