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1. So in june 2015, I sat AS maths and got 76, 74 and 30 in c1,c2,s1.

This year I paid to resit the whole AS level but I think I did worse in C1.

Can I discount the C1 I just did, and not do the C2, then just redo the S1 to improve my 2015 grade?
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3. (Original post by Angelo12231)
So in june 2015, I sat AS maths and got 76, 74 and 30 in c1,c2,s1.

This year I paid to resit the whole AS level but I think I did worse in C1.

Can I discount the C1 I just did, and not do the C2, then just redo the S1 to improve my 2015 grade?
You can re-sit as many of as few units as you like. They will always count your best attempt at each unit.
4. (Original post by Compost)
You can re-sit as many of as few units as you like. They will always count your best attempt at each unit.
Really? (for example) If I got 50, 50, 90 this year, Edexcel would only use the 90? Certifying that I got [76,74],90? [from last year]
5. (Original post by Angelo12231)
Really? (for example) If I got 50, 50, 90 this year, they would only use the 90?
Your best attempt at each unit is the one that counts, so if you got
70 60 50 in Year 1 and
60 80 40 in year 2
then the AS would be made up of 70+80+50
6. (Original post by Compost)
Your best attempt at each unit is the one that counts, so if you got
70 60 50 in Year 1 and
60 80 40 in year 2
then the AS would be made up of 70+80+50
Thanks a lot
7. (Original post by Compost)
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1 last thing, Am I able to withdraw my entry to C2?

And if I do, does the money I paid get returned or kept?
8. (Original post by Angelo12231)
1 last thing, Am I able to withdraw my entry to C2?

And if I do, does the money I paid get returned or kept?
Yes you can withdraw but it is too late for a refund - the refund deadline was 21 April.
9. (Original post by Compost)
Yes you can withdraw but it is too late for a refund - the refund deadline was 21 April.
But I only just paid for my exams this monday?
10. (Original post by Angelo12231)
But I only just paid for my exams this monday?
Still applies. They never refund late fees (payable after 21 Feb) and they only refund the initial fee up to 21 April.

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