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    (Original post by Gnatt27)
    Ah man can't thank you enough for this. I've literally tried 3 times to right a long reply but I keep losing it by accident ( writing on a didn't tablet) when I get back from holiday I will right a proper reply if that's okay?
    No worries, glad to help 😊

    You don't have to write a long reply but if you have any further questions, you're free to ask away.

    (Original post by Gnatt27)
    Thanks for the reply. I'm considering resitting as a very realistic option. Do you know if you would have to resit all 3 A-levels? Because I have one that is non linear ( AS counts) that I would be happy with a B with. Also does resitting put you off to unis in any way? And will sixth forms be happy to take you as a resitter?
    So for me personally I won't be resitting all 3 and it's more than likely I'll only resit 2 or 3 exams. Depending on my results I will either resit the year and take a new subject up or just resit the exams without going into lectures. All of mine are non linear as I'm in Wales so that helps. I don't think it puts them off if you have a good teacher reference and a balanced application and can prove you can get the grades overall. I go to college myself and it's not uncommon for people to take third or even fourth or fifth years so it's not a problem for me, I'd assume it would be the same for sixth form but I'm not entirely sure.
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