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    Might sound a little stupid, but if you drop a subject going into year 13 can you resit one of the modules the following January/June despite you not actually going to those lessons anymore, to try to get your grade up?
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    Yeah of course you can, because its hte As stuff that your resitting, but it'd be best to resit in hte june really because you have more time to prepare. well in my opinion
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    That's alright then, because I've got a bad feeling about tomorrow! Thanks for the help Mr Geekypoo :wavey:
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    Best to do in Janurary in my opinion; in June you have your A2s on top of the resit.
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    Might sound a little stupid, but if you drop a subject going into year 13 can you resit one of the modules the following January/June despite you not actually going to those lessons anymore, to try to get your grade up?
    Yes you can, do it in january instead of june as everyone said, as you will have loads of work for A2.
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    Yep, fair enough, it's gets it out of the way I guess, plus you'd have more chance of forgetting things over 12 months than 6 months!
 
 
 

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