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    I don't know if this was mandatory at any other schools but in Y9 and 10 I did Citizenship as a GCSE, I got a C overall and I remember upon getting my coursework back I needed 30 marks in the exam to get a C, so I must have done alright. But I don't want to leave school with many C's I want to have mostly B's, I have heard that you can repeat the coursework and get it upto an A/A* bringing your overall grade up to a B/A. I'm just wondering if this is infact possible? And if you repeat the coursework do you also have to repeat the exam or can you carry the original exam marks forward?

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