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    (Original post by Mr Inquisitive)
    Thank you How many have you got?
    9 o:
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    6 - Sociology, History, two Classical Civilisations and two Critical Thinking. I'm so relieved I have no resits as well because I don't think I'd be able to cope
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    5 No resits Had more in January D:
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    5 in total.... No resits. Thank God!
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    Hello, I found out my AS January exam results and I got this:

    Biology: C
    Maths: C (Considering I worked ridiculously hard, made 1 mistake and went from an B to C)
    Chemisty: U
    English: C

    I was devestated as I was predicted minimum B grades for each of them. I would like to go into Uni to to medicine or dentistry but I'll have no chance if my chemistry, biology and maths grades are so low. I would like to resit all of them but I'll have a total of 10 exams in the May/June time.

    I am asking should I resit?!!? Is it really worth it I mean 10 EXAMS when 4 in januray was hard enough, help.
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    two A2 exams and possibly an AS resit, still thinking it through though
    I've also got a graphic design exam going on over the next two weeks hahahah
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    3 , Chem 5, Bio 5 and F297 business studies, good luck to you all i find it stressful enough with three D:
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    (Original post by ValerieStarr)
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    I had twelve last June It's manageable - good luck c:
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    11 Exams 2 Resits 3 A2's and 1 AS Maths C3 C4 M1 M2 Chem Unit 2 4 5 Psy 3 4 and Econ 1 2 Hurrah
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    9 exams this summer:
    Maths : C1 C2 C3 C4 M1
    Physics: unit 2 and unit 5
    Psychology: unit 3 and unit 4
    :-( :-( :-( going to need a lot of coffee to get me though them!
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    So sorry if this is the wrong place to post but here goes anyways. Just wondering, do uni's accept open college results or are they looked down upon?

    And, is anyone currently in or has finished university after completing an open college course(s)? Plus can anyone just post a couple of the best open colleges that are reputable, have good reviews when it comes to tutors and a good selection of courses. Also it would be even more helpful if they had a wide selection of fast track A-Levels. All this would be greatly appreciated! Sorry if this seems like a lot to ask.

    Thanks in advance
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    11 Exams without resits, 13 with :'(
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    Seven written and two orals


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    5 A2s - History, 2 RE and 2 Geography.
    Resits - Geography (C), RE (B), History A2 (U) and History (B).

    Should be fun! Thankfully I can concentrate solely on my A2s and pick the ASs up with regards to effort when the time comes after A2. I'm fairly confident that I won't have to resit the U as it was marked incorrectly and I performed very, very well on the exam. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see that jump to a high B/low A.

    Truth be told, I'm only redoing RE and History as they are long after everything else so I might as well have a go and see how I'll do (Afterall, I only have one more shot at this, and I could easily push either up a grade. It may cost me a bit, but that'll pale in comparison in the long run).

    9 Exams sounds rough, but I'm sure I'll cope with it okay.
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    (Original post by namelocscott)
    Wow! I'm so glad I'm not the only one with 11, 16 is harsh! Have you started your revision yet?

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    Yeahhh. Last year was a bit mental. I've started revision now because I've worked out that if I don't, I won't have enough time to revise all the units.
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    10 Exams!

    4 A2 Exams, 2 A2 Resits, 4 AS Resits.

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    Goodbye life! See you in July...
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    2 Sociology
    2 Politics
    2 History

    I dropped my 4th A2, English Literature, last week simply because I found out my exams are all on top of each other come May... And I couldn't deal with Chaucer and American Politics on the same day.
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    4 psycho units (if i decide to resit 1 of them)
    1 english exam
    2 media exams (unless that U was a mistake as i was predicted an A...)
    2 music exams

    so 9... flip... work set out...
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    Iv got one in april
    2 in may
    And 1 in june

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    2 x English Lit AS
    2 x History AS
    1 x Psychology AS
    1 x Psychology resit AS

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