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    So I didnt do so well as I had hoped in AS Maths and so I have decided to resit the exams. I was wondering how do teachers predict your grade if you resit? I have done well throughout the year but unfortunatly messed up in my AS exams. Thanks
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    So I didnt do so well as I had hoped in AS Maths and so I have decided to resit the exams. I was wondering how do teachers predict your grade if you resit? I have done well throughout the year but unfortunatly messed up in my AS exams. Thanks
    They will use their experience to judge, based on your work in class and on your AS performance, what they think you are capable of achieving. Some schools have specific rules about what they will do, some will only predict your AS achievement. Some will predict one grade above your AS. Can they justify a big difference between your AS and your predicted grade due to specific extenuating circumstances they can record in your reference (I messed up doesn't count)? If not then universities would not find a high prediction reliable or credible.


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