Not done french for a year and now doing GCSE?

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Basically i moved school and i did a 3 year course at my old school and i took graphics but here its 2 years and i've had to take a language on the spot.

I am wondering what grade i will get and how much i need to work for french? I try very hard and i am motivated to get a's and a*'s which i have in all my gcses ive done so far, but i am unsure of french. I have a year and a half left of school. I generally get C's in french at the minute on practice gcse's but on small tests i get 10/10. Thank you!

Posted Tue 3rd April, 2012 @ 17:11 by avbucks

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The grade depends on the difficulty of the paper and if relevant your coursework too. Coursework is also a great way to bump up your grade as well, however i believe the deadline for coursework is soon. 

Cue Cards with key words are great to use if your struggling, if you're doing OCR then they have a list of key words on their website which are a good starting point; http://www.ocr.org.uk/download/sm/ocr_13550_sm_voc_list.pdf

Hope that helps and Good Luck.

Answered Tue 3rd April, 2012 @ 17:58 by Shivani Kotecha