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    Hi all, i was just wondering if the better universities would either know, or if they did know, criticise the fact that I resat a maths unit 3 test, bare in mind though that i did the test early, in march, and i would be re-sitting this summer, so would it just look normal as most people do this test in the summer? also does anybody have an inclination to what the grade boundaries are for the edexcel maths unit 3 higher test as if it is 72, which it usually is, then i got an A; if it is 69, then i almost definitely got an A*
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    I don't think universities know if you resat a GCSE unit (although I think they would know if you resat the whole GCSE). And if they did know, they almost certainly wouldn't care - no university (even Oxbridge) minds if you resit 1 or 2 modules at A level, so I can't imagine that 1 resit at GCSE would be a problem.
 
 
 
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