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    Is this overly bad for me to miss my first AS exam?
    This morning I woke up at half nine, halfway through the exam. I can resit it in June, so it can't be that bad, right?
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    Right.

    Apart from more work load in June, having to pay for a resit, and possibly paying for the exam you didn't turn up to.
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    Well that was dumb.
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    didn't parents wake you up!
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    Right.
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    yo seem very calm about it, i would be ******* bricks for want of a better expression!
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    (Original post by haydoncrewduk)
    yo seem very calm about it, i would be ******* bricks for want of a better expression!
    I am fairly calm about it I suppose. It would be different if I wanted to carry on to A2, but I'm going to a different college starting September so it's no biggie really. I'm just worried what my tutors are going to say, and whether they'll be phoning home.
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    duuuuuude! i feel for you man, but you are right i wont be that bad, but as squeak said you are going to have to pay for the resit and the work load will just double up!

    advice: just keep going through your notes often just to make sure you dont forget it, so come june when you do resit it you will still know your stuff and can focus more on the other papers.
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    ''whether they'll be phoning home'' :rofl:
 
 
 
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