E in Physics (Salters Horners) Resit, Remark, or Drop? Watch
I think if I were to get it remarked I'd get a different mark, because the module result was 23/100. I've never done that badly, even though I'm not exactly up to an A- standard. I put a lot of effort into that exam, but frankly I really don't want to see physics related topics again.
I want to do pharmacy at uni, so would it even matter that much if I even kept the grade I currently have? Would it be worth retaking?
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Do you think you actually did achieve better than an E?
- Yes - remark
- No - do you think you could improve your grade significantly (say, up to B or C) if you resat one module?
- Yes - resit
- No - would it be detrimental to your other A-level subjects if you resat all modules?
- Yes - drop and don't declare to UCAS
- No - resit
Pharmacy generally requires chemistry, one other science (biology preferred), and one other subject (maths or physics preferred, but can be arts subject - not general studies). As long as you're doing this you should be fine. Don't declare the E to UCAS though if you don't want to.
will a combination of eng, bio and chem be enough?
why isnt it enough plus i hate physcis
Plus I have a C in chemistry- am thinking of retaking 1 or 2 modules to bump that up to a high B/ A so I could get to a good uni ...
Some unis specify that you need 3 A-LEVELS and a pass in an AS, would it matter if it was a low pass even if I'm on track to get at least ABB?
I've decided to resit (unfortunatley) but I already have a grade for critical thinking, so that should be ok for ucas...