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Hi.

I was just wondering if medical schools accept Science Practical Skills Assessment re-sits. I think I'd like to re-sit my Biology one but I'm not sure if medical schools would still accept it since as it would not be my 'first attempt'. Although, it isn't really like a generic exam completed in the hall so I don't know if it would count.

I got a high B in my PSA and want to re-sit it to try and get an A. My teacher said that if I don't get an A overall after my exams and the PSA can boost the grade up, I can re-sit in Year 13.

So the bottom line is, would re-sitting my PSA limit my choice of medical school because it isn't a 'first attempt' mark? Or would it be fine because I'd have re-sitted it within 2 years so it doesn't really matter? (Not sure if I'm making complete sense anymore )
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