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    How do i resit my a levels in 2017? i just finished my a levels in 2016 and wasn't happy with the grades. i attended a sixth form so there current year 13 are on a new spec. how do i resit?
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.

    You can also find the Exam Thread list for A-levels here and GCSE here. :dumbells:


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    How do i resit my a levels in 2017? i just finished my a levels in 2016 and wasn't happy with the grades. i attended a sixth form so there current year 13 are on a new spec. how do i resit?
    You can if your subject is not reformed but this will be the only time(one time) retaking the exam. I'm re-taking some of my exams and it's on the last year before it gets reformed.

    If I have my exam timetable ready and I can resit then I'm pretty much sure you can too.
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    You can if your subject is not reformed but this will be the only time(one time) retaking the exam. I'm re-taking some of my exams and it's on the last year before it gets reformed.

    If I have my exam timetable ready and I can resit then I'm pretty much sure you can too.
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    How would i organize this
    You would ask your school exams office if you can retake them there as a private candidate next year.
    If they refuse you need to start contacting other schools and colleges in your area and ask if they will do it.


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    You would ask your school exams office if you can retake them there as a private candidate next year.
    If they refuse you need to start contacting other schools and colleges in your area and ask if they will do it.


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    is that what u did?
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    is that what u did?
    No. But I know plenty of people who have.


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    No. But I know plenty of people who have.


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    did they do that this year.
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    did they do that this year.
    No. At the moment I don't know of anyone who plans to do it this year.
    It may be hard to find somewhere to resit legacy A level qualifications this year.
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