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    I want to enter S2 edexcel exam which is on the 27/06/16. How much is it and is the module easy enough for me to revise over 2 weeks?
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    It's a bit late to pay and enter for an exam privately, has to be done months in advance
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    The S1 Edexcel exam is on the 15th June
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    It's a bit late to pay and enter for an exam privately, has to be done months in advance
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    The S1 Edexcel exam is on the 15th June

    My mistake, S2 exam. I got more than 2 weeks. Also, i'm enrolled in a sixth form college.
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    (Original post by funkypineapple)
    My mistake, S2 exam. I got more than 2 weeks.
    Doesn't matter, if you haven't paid or informed the exams board you are entering then it's too late.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Doesn't matter, if you haven't paid or informed the exams board you are entering then it's too late.
    I checked online and you can, based on a high charged fee. I'm just wondering how much is it and how easy the subject is.
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    (Original post by funkypineapple)
    I checked online and you can, based on a high charged fee. I'm just wondering how much is it and how easy the subject is.
    Depends, if you haven't told a school or exams centre you are an external candidate doing an exam, they will turn you down. Usually January is the cut off date for summer exams.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Depends, if you haven't told a school or exams centre you are an external candidate doing an exam, they will turn you down. Usually January is the cut off date for summer exams.
    I go to sixth form college. I just want to take another module so i don't have to take an extra one next year-less stress
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    (Original post by funkypineapple)
    I go to sixth form college. I just want to take another module so i don't have to take an extra one next year-less stress
    When I did an exam this year, a retake, I had to send off the payment and give my notice in within months as they have to make the timetables and make sure everything is running. Baring in mind I didn't have to do this retake at all, it was for peace of mind and obtaining a high grade.
 
 
 
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