Help Doing German at A level independently?

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Goldfinch03
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I'm currently in year 12 and doing Biology, Chemistry, Maths and replaced Physics with German because i found the workload too much. So how can i start to learn German instead? I got 4 9s and 5 8s in GCSE including an A* German but I sat my exams back in 2017 (I'm a native speaker) so I'm rusty when it comes to grammar and vocab. My sixth unfortunately doesn't teach German so they recommended I self teach myself and I enter for the exams either this year (2020) or in year 13. So my question is, how can I get back to grips with German again and learn throughout my A levels whilst managing the workload without it affecting my other subjects? Danke.
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If you're a native German speaker, then hopefully you won't find it too challenging... I'd suggest getting the textbook and working through the units in that, and perhaps getting an occaisional tutor to help you with exam technique, essay writing etc.
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