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As the name suggests, this subject is intense. It's great to knock out a double-credit-points subject over the summer break so that you can take it easy for the rest of the year, but be prepared to work your butt off for five or six solid weeks, otherwise you'll find your WAM being dragged down twice as strongly. Everything in this subject was in French. Bilingual dictionaries weren't even allowed - we had to use French dictionaries to look up new words. I learned heaps of vocabulary, and tonnes of complicated grammar which I rarely use any more. Because the subject was over so quickly, and there wasn't much time for revision, I felt that I forgot a lot of what I learned. In the long run, my French probably would have been better if I'd taken the time to do French 3 and French 4 separately. (P.S. Things have probably changed since I did this subject in the summer semester of 2014. The drop-down menu only goes as far back as semester 1, 2017, so I'll select that.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Amazing for the immersion experience, fast tracking your French learning and creating stronger bonds with peers than you can with the usual twice a week classes. Tots do it!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016