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I don't think I'm doing very well in Spanish. It's the 3rd week of school so there's no exams. I think I got A or A* on both. When I was picking my GCSEs I either had to pick Spanish or Art and I picked Spanish because my school recommended us to pick a language.
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no no no don't do it to yourself please stick with spanish
art will drive you insane gah i speak from experience
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Stick with Spanish.
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Unless you're 100% thinking of a career in art I suggest not. Having a decent grade in a language can really benefit you with uni or college as they offer further languages and even trips to the country as work experience in the future.

I'm bilingual, speaking 3 languages and studying Spanish with a B, in the end, helped me show im willing to learn something that isn't so easy.
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Pick art cause you’d enjoy it way more, it looks good on uni applications as well, it shows “creativity” and a different side to your character rather than just your normal essay based subjects. Employers see it as a positive thing too and it comes in use with interview questions cause you can take SOOO many examples from art and can I just say aswell, idk what it is but the art department (every single one I’ve come across) are always so friendly and supportive along with your peers (you make the most friends in art, coming from experience and others experiences too) so it’s up to you but the only negative thing id say is that arts really time consuming (you have to actually sit down and do it, cant grab it off the internet) but you get over that quickly once you get into the vibee of things. Hope this helped! X
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(Original post by Lifeismad)
Pick art cause you’d enjoy it way more,
not necessarily art gcse is hell


(Original post by Lifeismad)
it looks good on uni applications as well
only if you get a good grade

(Original post by Lifeismad)
but the art department (every single one I’ve come across) are always so friendly and supportive
personally mine was terrible but ok..
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(Original post by mez_merising)
not necessarily art gcse is hell



only if you get a good grade


personally mine was terrible but ok..
Just cause you had a bad experience don't mean everyone else will hun cheer up be a bit more positive. You shouldn't have done art if you was so crap at it but ok..
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Just cause you had a bad experience don't mean everyone else will hun cheer up be a bit more positive. You shouldn't have done art if you was so crap at it but ok..
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just making sure op doesn't make the same mistakes i did!
spanish > art unless you're looking for an artsy career like MissBravo said
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