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    I did the core 1 exam today and I kind of messed it up. I think I'm going to get a low A, but I need a high one since I'm not really good at stats. It was the first exam and I was honestly so nervous it took me a couple of minutes to even start the first question. As soon as the exam was over I realized all the stupid mistakes I made.Do you think that the core 1 exam next year is going to be easier than the one this year bc I might re sit it. Also do universities mind if I resit a module?
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    Do you think that the core 1 exam next year is going to be easier than the one this year bc I might re sit it.
    Nobody knows.

    Also do universities mind if I resit a module?
    Depends on the uni, most will recognise that you're allowed to have bad days and won't mind one or two resits.
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    Hi sen99, I have noticed that it depends which course you would like to apply at uni if you need to a resit, for example, some unis for medicine do not allow resits for any subjects. if you want to find out check the entry criteria it should say.
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    That exam was so easy i ended up ragging the invigilator in the last 20 minutes.
 
 
 
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