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    Right, I got a B in GCSE lit last year and I was predicted am A*, yet I fluffed up a poetry exam and that bought me down...is it any point resitting a GCSE in yr 11 and start the course again now and do the exams alongside 20ish other exams. Or is there not a point and I should just concentrate on other exams?
    Please advise...I'm in a bad predicament
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    Whats the pros and cons of that idea, weigh them out, Good Luck!
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    (Original post by Andrew657Thomas)
    Whats the pros and cons of that idea, weigh them out, Good Luck!
    Pros
    Better grade
    More understanding if what to do
    Cons
    Shorter time to prep
    Exams everywhere!!! Linear
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    Looks like the cons outweigh the pros...I might talk to my teacher
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    Yeah go for it Good luck!
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    (Original post by Loyale)
    Right, I got a B in GCSE lit last year and I was predicted am A*, yet I fluffed up a poetry exam and that bought me down...is it any point resitting a GCSE in yr 11 and start the course again now and do the exams alongside 20ish other exams. Or is there not a point and I should just concentrate on other exams?
    Please advise...I'm in a bad predicament
    seriously nobody significant cares about your GCSE's, it's just an awful myth created in schools and by parents etc. It just gets you into A-levels and filters out the retards in the school systems who can't get 5 A-c grades
 
 
 
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