German A-Level

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Hi everyone! In two days time I’m starting German at A-Level and am quite anxious. Have any of you done it before and got any tips? Is the jump from gcse to a level really big? I got a 6 at gcse. I absolutely love the subject but not sure if it’s perhaps too out of my depth? Any help much appreciated
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I did German at A Level, there is definitely a jump and it's a subject that will require a lot of work and effort outside of lessons, but I found it really enjoyable and if you enjoy learning German you shouldn't have much of a problem. Doing all the work set in class and reading German outside of lessons like german news sites helps a lot. I often would try translating random sentences in my head into German and if I couldn't I'd look up what the words are, helped me expand my vocab a lot.
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I did German at A Level, there is definitely a jump and it's a subject that will require a lot of work and effort outside of lessons, but I found it really enjoyable and if you enjoy learning German you shouldn't have much of a problem. Doing all the work set in class and reading German outside of lessons like german news sites helps a lot. I often would try translating random sentences in my head into German and if I couldn't I'd look up what the words are, helped me expand my vocab a lot.
Thank you so much! I absolutely loved learning it so so much. I’m not amazing at it, but I really really enjoyed it at gcse. I’ve been trying to expand my vocab over lockdown but I’ve still got quite a way to go. Thank you so much for your help and advice! Much appreciated
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