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    Like, say you could only do foundation GCSE Maths and you get a C in it on results day, would you be able to sit the exam again with a higher tier, to get a higher grade?

    Technically, that isn't resitting right? How does it all work?
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    Like, say you could only do foundation GCSE Maths and you get a C in it on results day, would you be able to sit the exam again with a higher tier, to get a higher grade?
    It would be re-sitting. but yes you can do it. You just enter to take the exams at Higher tier the following November or Summer.
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    It would be re-sitting. but yes you can do it. You just enter to take the exams at Higher tier the following November or Summer.
    Thanks! I hope resists aren't too expensive. Is there any draw-backs from resists? What happens to your old grade? Apparently, it only matters when you go to university as they check these stuff. But obviously, I just want to know as I don't want to resist a subject I got a C in to get a higher grade, only to find lots of drawbacks ^^
 
 
 
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