Podcast: How To Get A H1 in French

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Even if you struggle with French or consider yourself "not a languages person" there are still many things you can do to help yourself get the best grade you can. In the first episode of the Studyclix Podcast, Eimear and Nessa share their tips for excelling in Leaving Cert French.


Eimear is the Communications Manager for Studyclix.ie and got a H1 in her Leaving Cert French exam. Now studying Applied Languages at the University of Limerick, she shares her advice and best tips for students hoping to get the top grade in June. From the oral preparation to vocab books, revision tips to podcast recommendations, they cover everything students need to equip themselves with to be 100% prepared for the exam.

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