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    Hi,

    I applied for a resit a few weeks ago and now I don't want to do it as i no longer need to. My situation here is that i am currently doing a foundation year of fine art before i do my Illustration BA. I applied for the resit so i could boost up one of my grades. However, i now have unconditionals from my top 2 universities which means i have no reason to do it and the resit application including the payment was for nothing. I don't care about the payment as it was like £18.50.
    So my question is, is there a way of removing this exam off my timetable so i don't do it?
    Also, even if i couldn't remove it i wouldn't be able to do it as i have now recieved my last term timetable. The week that the resit will take place in is the week my whole foundation year will be out of the country doing the last bit of the course.

    So, either way i can't do it. lol. I want to remove it because i don't just want to miss it and cause some problem.
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    (Original post by shadyways)
    Hi,

    I applied for a resit a few weeks ago and now I don't want to do it as i no longer need to. My situation here is that i am currently doing a foundation year of fine art before i do my Illustration BA. I applied for the resit so i could boost up one of my grades. However, i now have unconditionals from my top 2 universities which means i have no reason to do it and the resit application including the payment was for nothing. I don't care about the payment as it was like £18.50.
    So my question is, is there a way of removing this exam off my timetable so i don't do it?
    Also, even if i couldn't remove it i wouldn't be able to do it as i have now recieved my last term timetable. The week that the resit will take place in is the week my whole foundation year will be out of the country doing the last bit of the course.

    So, either way i can't do it. lol. I want to remove it because i don't just want to miss it and cause some problem.
    Yes, speak to the exams person who accepted your original request and ask them to withdraw you.


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    Yes, speak to the exams person who accepted your original request and ask them to withdraw you.


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    Okay. Thanks!
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    With an unconditional offer, it is based on the fact that what you put down on your UCAS form is true. Therefore, if you put your resits down on UCAS, then your unconditional offer is dependent on you completing these as well as any other pending results. Maybe email the universities before you are withdrawn from the exams, just to make sure your unconditional isn't at risk?
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    (Original post by oswalds)
    With an unconditional offer, it is based on the fact that what you put down on your UCAS form is true. Therefore, if you put your resits down on UCAS, then your unconditional offer is dependent on you completing these as well as any other pending results. Maybe email the universities before you are withdrawn from the exams, just to make sure your unconditional isn't at risk?
    Thanks for the advice!
 
 
 
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