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What was the process to apply privately?
Wasn't a process for me.. all I did was contact my old 6th form and asked if I could privately re-sit.. you pay for the exams you do roughly £20 each for me.

But on exam websites they show which schools offer services for people privately re-sitting. Colleges, normal schools etc. Just contact any. Pretty easy
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I got 7bs and a C at GCSE. 2As 2Cs at AS level, go figure, a-level life is easier.
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no a levels are easy your just to dumb
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jk just work hard and it wlll easy
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currently revising for A2 lol it will be the death of me
WHATEVER YOU DO DONT TAKE CHEMISTRY
Is chemistry that bad, I just started chemistry at as level, any tips?
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