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I am due to do my exam on 25th and 8th of june (higher).

Thing is I don't believe I will be able to achieve my grade of b needed for uni and instead possibly come with C.

Would my college let me re-sit in November (on old A*-C spec) or would I have to enrol on new spec next year
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Hi

I am due to do my exam on 25th and 8th of june (higher).

Thing is I don't believe I will be able to achieve my grade of b needed for uni and instead possibly come with C.

Would my college let me re-sit in November (on old A*-C spec) or would I have to enrol on new spec next year
I am also retaking foundation on 25th and 8th and the woman said now is the last time you can do the old spec
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I am also retaking foundation on 25th and 8th and the woman said now is the last time you can do the old spec
Hi there. I am also retaking maths. I wish you sucess in the exams and hope that we all pass.
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good luck every1 im absolutely ****eing myself
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I taking it too, good luck everyone!
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Hi there. I am also retaking maths. I wish you sucess in the exams and hope that we all pass.
Good luck!
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You're about to fail lad, get gud.
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(Original post by HighFructose)
Hi

I am due to do my exam on 25th and 8th of june (higher).

Thing is I don't believe I will be able to achieve my grade of b needed for uni and instead possibly come with C.

Would my college let me re-sit in November (on old A*-C spec) or would I have to enrol on new spec next year
How did u find the paper? I have mixed feelings about the paper.
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How did u find the paper? I have mixed feelings about the paper.
Went okay, didnt get to finish the last couple due to having no time left, but I think the rest of the paper makes up for it
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Went okay, didnt get to finish the last couple due to having no time left, but I think the rest of the paper makes up for it
What did u do for the probablity question? The one about the counters
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Guys if you get lower second time what grade do you get to keep?
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Guys if you get lower second time what grade do you get to keep?
Nope :/
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Nope :/
Do you mean that the grade remains the older one? And not the new lower.
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Do you mean that the grade remains the older one? And not the new lower.
I'm not 100% sure but i think you keep the highest grade until you retake more than once. In that case you will keep the highest of your last two resits. That's how it works for A level so I'm guessing its the same for GCSE. Hope that helped and good luck in your upcoming exams.
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Thanks. Good luck to you too!

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Do you mean that the grade remains the older one? And not the new lower.
If you get a D on your first exam, and you get an E in your second, you can't use your D result
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If you get a D on your first exam, and you get an E in your second, you can't use your D result
Yes you can, they always take your highest grade.
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Yes you can, they always take your highest grade.
What really? I always heard otherwise nvm
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