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    I'm just curious as to how much your college/school charges per resit? At my college, regardless of exam board, you have to pay £35 to resit a single module of a two module course or £23.50 to resit a single module of a three module course. I know some of my friends pay a lot cheaper, It seems like my college is making a heavy profit from resits!

    My school charges similar amounts, the highest they charge is £40 and the lowest is about £18.

    :O £35!!!! my college charges £24 for nearly every single exam unit and coursework unit. a few exams such as use of maths are like £18 and some art resits are higher than £24. i dont understand why they charge so much? and why it varies between colleges....
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