I'm studying... Chemistry and Maths
I'm interested in... English
My study level is... A-level (A2)
I have a question and it's bothering me. I'm giving my A2 this May-June sitting. I gave my AS last year May and the result didn't come out so good. got U in both subjects. Gave re-sit on this Jan, got a C in C12 and my chemistry grade was still unchanged even though is studied like hell. I didn't cash-in for both AS and AS re-sit and i didn't cash-in for A2 as well to keep the re-sit option available for me. My question is, say if i get a B in C34 and a C or a D in Chemistry in A2, and if i late cash-in, will my certificate show Maths as B and Chemistry as C? or will they average it? i apologize, i don't know much about this cash-in system. Also will this late cash-in option be available after my results for A2 come? coz if i do bad in A2, i would want to give re-sit and if the grades come satisfactory, i would want to cash-in and then select my grades for my certificate so i can get into university. Please help me to solve this confusion, it's been bugging me.
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