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I'm now at college and first sat the new 9-1 higher tier exams in May 2017. I got a grade 4 (10 marks away from a 5) in the summer and I decided to resit it in November 2017. I get my results in January and I'm hoping that I've got a grade 5 this time!

If I don't get a grade 5 for the resit, would it be worth resitting it again in the summer because I really want a 5?

I hate how this new system has 2 grades for a C. I know that a 4 is equivalent to a C, but however its a low C.
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By all means, go ahead. A fair few universities will be looking for a grade 5 or above anyway.

That said if you get another 4, you should request your papers back and really try to hone in on why you are failing to achieve your target, if you did not do this last time. You can't do exactly the same thing, without really understanding what went wrong, expecting it to go differently.
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