How to Get an ‘A’ in French GCSE or A Level
When studying for an exam it’s important to do all the obvious things: pay attention in class, do your homework, take extra practice tests, and revise what you have learnt on a regular basis. However, if you really want to guarantee yourself a good grade in your French GCSE or A Level one of the best ways is to immerse yourself in the language with an exam revision preparation course.
Now, with the February half term approaching it’s not unusual for thoughts to turn to sorting out that skiing trip you’ve been waiting for since last winter. If you had to choose between skiing or french revision we realise there isn’t really much of a competition. But, what if you could combine French revision with skiing? A winner for you, and a winner for your parents.
What are the Benefits?
Studying in France or Switzerland gives you the opportunity to be immersed in the language, with plenty of opportunities to practise in real-life situations. This will not only reinforce what you already know, but also give you huge amounts of confidence in the language which is difficult to achieve in the classroom of your home country.
And combining a French revision course with skiing allows you to really focus in the classroom knowing you’ll be out on the slopes in the afternoon. Our French revision courses in Morzine provide you with the best of both situations.
How to Book?
Why not take get ahead of your classmates by taking an exam preparation course this February half-term? This is a great way to have some skiing fun abroad and improve your French in an enjoyable environment. Simply contact Cactus by calling us on 01273 830 960 or emailing us. Our multilingual team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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To find out more information about any of our courses simply call us on 01273 830 960 or email us. Our multilingual team will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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