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Will higher spanish be hard to get a A or B in having never done spanish before?
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Are you good at remembering vocabulary quick? There is a really long list of it but that is all that will be on the test. All you need to learn is the vocab , grammar like verb conjugation and how to structure sentences + saying it for speaking. It’s honestly how you feel like have you ever done a language before and how did that go or whether doing Spanish would take away time to revise from something else?
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Will higher spanish be hard to get a A or B in having never done spanish before?
I have quite a few friends who crashed it and did really well. :rambo:
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Will higher spanish be hard to get a A or B in having never done spanish before?
In terms of you then you have to learn grammar (especially subjunctive) plus basics of Spanish, although I’m doing N5.(wanted to crash but I had a gap year of it and I forgot most of it) But you should be fine if you do that. Good luck.
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In terms of you then you have to learn grammar (especially subjunctive) plus basics of Spanish, although I’m doing N5.(wanted to crash but I had a gap year of it and I forgot most of it) But you should be fine if you do that. Good luck.
Subjunctive isn't a requirement for Higher Spanish. Yes, it's beneficial to learn it (and indeed will help you) but it's certainly not a necessity. Not a single one of my peers in Higher Spanish knew about the subjunctive (apart from me) and they all got A band 1s.
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Will higher spanish be hard to get a A or B in having never done spanish before?
I crashed it last year and got an A, basically, all you need to learn is exam technique then it's an easy A/B
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