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    So after my disappointing results, which were C's in Graphics and Sociology and E's in Psychology and Law, i've decided my half-assed work would not get me anywhere and i needed to be more serious, and so im planning to move sixth form, but im not very knowledgeable in this subject, and im not sure how resitting works and if new sixth form will accept me in such a short period of time. Anyway, what im trying to say is can people post about their resitting experiences as i want to know how its been for everyone. Thanks in advance!
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    If you need to apply to a new sixth form it is best to phone them up ASAP, but you could also ask your current college if they would let you resits AS year.
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    You need to find a new sixth form right away or you will be stuck. My friend is in the same situation as you but she phoned on the day to new sixth forms as they will start to plan the timetables etc, and find out who is doing what, etc, etc, if they think your dedicated, they will take you, but now, you need to really convince them.
 
 
 
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