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I literally want people’s honest opinion.. I want to change my subject to spanish, I got an 8 in gcse I’m just so so scared of failure
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Lots of vocabulary to learn but there’s a lot of literature, film and culture. I personally love it.

Also, modern foreign languages are one of the hardest A-levels.
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Out of the three modern languages I did for A-level Spanish was definitely the easiest and didn’t have a very big gap from gcse to A-level in my opinion. Most people in my class also agreed that for them Spanish was the easiest one. However you do have a lot of content to cover
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I literally want people’s honest opinion.. I want to change my subject to spanish, I got an 8 in gcse I’m just so so scared of failure
I loved it! It definitely is hard work but if you put the effort in then you'll be fine.

Just be aware though that languages aren't subjects that you can cram at the last minute. You really do have to be studying a bit each day to build your skills. Some people hate this but I found it made exam season a lot easier as I didn't have as much work to do as I had already been revising consistently throughout the 2 years.

Good luck with your decisions
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(Original post by andrei00)
Lots of vocabulary to learn but there’s a lot of literature, film and culture. I personally love it.

Also, modern foreign languages are one of the hardest A-levels.
So great to hear that people like Spanish. I love it too!!!!!! (and teaching it) ;D ;D
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I loved it! It definitely is hard work but if you put the effort in then you'll be fine.

Just be aware though that languages aren't subjects that you can cram at the last minute. You really do have to be studying a bit each day to build your skills. Some people hate this but I found it made exam season a lot easier as I didn't have as much work to do as I had already been revising consistently throughout the 2 years.

Good luck with your decisions
So great to hear that people like Spanish. I love it too!!!!!! (and teaching it) ;D ;D

(Original post by studioso)
Out of the three modern languages I did for A-level Spanish was definitely the easiest and didn’t have a very big gap from gcse to A-level in my opinion. Most people in my class also agreed that for them Spanish was the easiest one. However you do have a lot of content to cover
So great to hear that people like Spanish. I love it too!!!!!! (and teaching it) ;D ;D
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