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    I did the core 1 exam today and I kind of messed it up. I think I'm going to get a low A, but I need a high one since I'm not really good at stats. It was the first exam and I was honestly so nervous it took me a couple of minutes to even start the first question. As soon as the exam was over I realized all the stupid mistakes I made.Do you think that the core 1 exam next year is going to be easier than the one this year bc I might re sit it. Also do universities mind if I resit a module?

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    Do you think that the core 1 exam next year is going to be easier than the one this year bc I might re sit it.
    Nobody knows.

    Also do universities mind if I resit a module?
    Depends on the uni, most will recognise that you're allowed to have bad days and won't mind one or two resits.

    Hi sen99, I have noticed that it depends which course you would like to apply at uni if you need to a resit, for example, some unis for medicine do not allow resits for any subjects. if you want to find out check the entry criteria it should say.

    That exam was so easy i ended up ragging the invigilator in the last 20 minutes.
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