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    Hi everyone. I was talking to my friend the other day (we're both doing A2) and she told me that if we wanted to resit, we'd have to resit the whole 2 years.

    At first I thought that this was ridiculous. I mean, why resit the whole 2 years when you're happy with your AS results and just want to re-do one exam, for example at A2.

    But is this true though? I thought you could just resit whichever you wanted.
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    (Original post by nguyenj)
    Hi everyone. I was talking to my friend the other day (we're both doing A2) and she told me that if we wanted to resit, we'd have to resit the whole 2 years.

    At first I thought that this was ridiculous. I mean, why resit the whole 2 years when you're happy with your AS results and just want to re-do one exam, for example at A2.

    But is this true though? I thought you could just resit whichever you wanted.
    You can choose to either resit the whole A2 year if you want but you can also just go back to resit a couple of exams and take some form of gap year, you will probably have to pay for the resits though
 
 
 
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