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    So, I left school with 4 GCSE's and I was very disappointed. I ended up getting a D in English language, however my exam has been sent of for remark. My teacher said that I was one mark off. Should I retake English language GCSE again to obtain a a B if I get a C? I want to do English literature next year A level next year, so its probably necessary to get a B.

    Also, I got D's in Maths and Additional Science. I have a chance to retake 4 GCSE's and get better grades. However, if I end up getting 5, GCSES, do you think I would be allowed to do one A level for one year? As well as, to do the rest next year? I want to either go in the law or psychology field.Obviously, I have to retake Maths and maybe Science.But, Psychology GCSE is probably not necessary.
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