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    Hey guys. I understand this question has been incessantely asked on TSR, but I've never really had a definitive answer. I recently got my mark for this exam back, and got an E (I know, FAIL, but we had only been learning it for a few months, and I hadn't revised), and I really don't want to declare it on my UCAS as it will stand out like a sore thumb, especially considering I'm applying to medicine. Do I have to declare it?
    P.S. I got an A* in IGCSE Mathematics.
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    As far as i know, you have to declare every result you get, as well as resits!
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    As far as i know, you have to declare every result you get, as well as resits!
    Thank you. If thats the case; should i re-sit. will it have a damaging effect on my medicine application? Is it even looked at?
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    I'm not sure to be honest with you. I myself am thinking whether it'll damage my chances. I'm not sure, better let someone with more experience with UCAS answer.
 
 
 

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