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i'm sure it's possible but i'm not aware of any colleges that allow you to sit only one A level. i did a level french for 3 months before dropping it but i did find that i needed almost all my gcse knowledge so i'm not sure if A levels are the place to start. maybe try gcses ? good luck in whatever you decide to do
Thanks for reply I couldnt find any colleges, so i was thinking of doing it online. I have just left uni in a course i was unhappy in and looking to add another A level to join a better university. I was thinking i could smash out a language in a year as i will have a lot of time, but maybe there is other A levels which would be easier.
Being totally honest, French requires a lot of work, and it is definitely one of the harder languages out there to learn (in my experience anyway). It also depends on what you would take as a pass. I took French for A Level, and I have experience in learning different languages, and I had studied French for 5 years before doing it as an A Level, and it was still incredibly hard, especially studying 18th century French literature! Now, I'm not saying it's impossible, but I will say that it will require a lot from you! Just make sure you know what you're getting yourself into before committing. It may be easier if you speak similar languages or if you have experience in learning languages! Hope this helps, all the best! If you need anything else lmk!
Samantha, Official UoP Rep
It's a bit of an odd choice for a one-year A level. There are much easier choices. Do you have recent experience of learning languages, or do you have a facility with learning them?
It is clear that learning a language requires alot of motivation, dedication and time to achieve geat results and i look forward to the journey!