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    I am doubting my chances of getting an A in my AS exam tomorrow. However, I feel as if I will be able to get good grades in the rest of my exams - it's just this one exam tomorrow that I'm really screwed. I was wondering if I'd be able to resist the unit 1 exam next year without retaking the year... Does anyone know?

    It may seem pretty obvious, that you can, because I know lots of students who have done so. But, the reason I ask is because of the change to A levels next year. I've heard that next year's year 12 students will be taking linear exams instead of seperate AS and A2 so I don't know if AS exams will still be taken next year. Please could someone put my mind at rest, thanks

    I would imagine that there will probably be exams specially for resits, otherwise it would be extremely unfair on those of us taking AS exams this year. But don't hold me to that because I don't really know.

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