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    if i didn't retake C3 edexcel, i would need to around 84% in both M1 and C4 to get an A! I'm not that natural at Maths, so i can't just get 90% in M1 and C4, i find it hard, so do you think I should take C3 again to lower the A grade percentage? I only got 74% in C3 and i think i could definately get 80+%. so shall i retake C3? my teacher said i should just focus on M1 and C4 but i think that's a bad idea!

    If you retake C3, as you've already revised for it before it won't take nearly as long preparing for it this time round. If you think you can handle the extra work (although this really wont be much if you can still remember it all) then I'd say go for it.

    why not resit c1 and/or c2?
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