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    I am planning to resit 5 exams in the summer, 2 of which are C1 and C2, 1 biology exam (F211) and 2 economics exams (F581 and F582)

    I got an E in C2, B in C1, D in my biology exam, and 2 B's in my Economics exams. I feel that I can do alot better in all of these exams which is why I am resitting. The D in biology is preventing me from getting an A overall as I have an A in my other exam and an A in the coursework. The E in c2 maths is greatly pulling down my grade. I'm hopping to turn that into an A this year and I mainly resitting it because it will hinder my A2 overall grade if I just ignore it. I'm resitting both c1 and c2 because again I feel I can do better and had been doing better throughout the whole year, but the exam tripped me up. As for the 2 B's in economics, I didnt revise for economics at all because I was arrogant and thought an A would be guaranteed. (which I now obviously regret)

    I was wondering if that is too much. Is it normal to resit 5 exams? Is it managable along with my A2 exams this year?

    I have started revising since mid October and plan to do so until the end of my exams.
    (I do 3 options, maths, biology and economics)

    Any advise would be appreciated

    yep. manage ur time and u'll be fine. fail to do that..and well you'll fail.

    I am planning to resit one Psychology exam- PSYA2 but am struggling to find content can someone help me? I just need to find some notes for Abnormality
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