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I'm considering my third A-level choice. I've already decided to do Economics and Geography. However, i'm lost on my third choice.
I got a 7 (A) at GCSE spanish. And for my A-levels i need at least straight As. Would spanish be too hard? Please let me know your opinion.

Is getting an A* or A very difficult?
How much is the workload?
Are there mainly native speakers who will increase the grade boundaries?
What A-level does it compare to in terms of difficulty?

Help! ;(
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Hey I havent done Spanish a level but I have heard how its really hard to get A and above because a lot of the people that do it are already fluent at it which makes the grade boundaries high so u will probably have to work really hard. Dont do it unless u enjoy it pick something easier if u mainly care about the grade
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(Original post by .unknown)
Hey I havent done Spanish a level but I have heard how its really hard to get A and above because a lot of the people that do it are already fluent at it which makes the grade boundaries high so u will probably have to work really hard. Dont do it unless u enjoy it pick something easier if u mainly care about the grade
ahh thanks so much! that confirms the things ive heard. i probably will choose something else since the grade really matters.
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