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I'm in Year Nine and currently, B2 in French, B1 in Spanish and I have been studying Latin for two years (I am a language neek). Is it likely for me to be able to study three languages at GCSE?
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It's entirely up to how your school timetables things so ask them
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(Original post by joe-joe-joe)
I'm in Year Nine and currently, B2 in French, B1 in Spanish and I have been studying Latin for two years (I am a language neek). Is it likely for me to be able to study three languages at GCSE?
B2 in French and B1 in Spanish is very impressive! I'm sure you'll do fine, I'm currently in Year 11 and transitioning from A2 to B1 in French so you'll definitely fly through them considering the fact that you're already at an amazing level. If you talk to your school and explain they should let you take all three
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B2 French is amazing, its almost fluent! Like the other user said, with those skill levels the GCSEs would probably be a breeze.
I’m in year 10 and I don’t know my level, but I’m predicted a 9 and I can probably say that I’m most certainly nowhere near B2 or even B1 tbh.
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Use flashcards
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(Original post by joe-joe-joe)
I'm in Year Nine and currently, B2 in French, B1 in Spanish and I have been studying Latin for two years (I am a language neek). Is it likely for me to be able to study three languages at GCSE?
If you want to then I can't see why not.
As long as the timetable doesn't clash and your school doesn't have a problem then go for it.
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B2 in French and B1 in Spanish? You wouldn't even need to do the courses; could just ask to sit any internal assessments and then the final exam.
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If you want to then I can't see why not.
As long as the timetable doesn't clash and your school doesn't have a problem then go for it.
Okay great
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B2 in French and B1 in Spanish? You wouldn't even need to do the courses; could just ask to sit any internal assessments and then the final exam.
Yeah I'm planning to do them both in Year 10 lol but I'm gonna have to study Latin more
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