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Can someone disqualify me 1 week before my exam??Can u do private Gcses if you get disqualified??Is there any way you could do your gcses if u get disqualified in an exam?? And what happens at a level??
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Look on the websites of the exam boards.
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why were u disqualified ?
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why were u disqualified ?
Apparently someone made my garment for me
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Apparently someone made my garment for me
and do they have any evidence of this
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Apparently someone made my garment for me
Oooooo GCSE Textiles????
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They can disqualify you during your exam, let alone a week ahead of it. You are best checking with the exam board themselves. Because GCSEs are unrelated to the school, if you get disqualified you may be stopped from sitting exams for a good couple of years regardless of where you try to sit them and that includes A Levels too. If you get disqualified from GCSEs you will have to do A Levels as a mature student. But an exam ban may not happen, you may just be disqualified from that one subject.
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They can disqualify you during your exam, let alone a week ahead of it. You are best checking with the exam board themselves. Because GCSEs are unrelated to the school, if you get disqualified you may be stopped from sitting exams for a good couple of years regardless of where you try to sit them and that includes A Levels too. If you get disqualified from GCSEs you will have to do A Levels as a mature student. But an exam ban may not happen, you may just be disqualified from that one subject.
If I can't do gcses therefore I won't be able to do a levels as I will have no gcses. Can't I do online a levels
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You need to give more information if you want any useful advice.

Have you been reported to AQA for malpractice?
If so, have you had a verdict and exactly what did it say? I would expect the likely penalty to be a U in that GCSE but not for you to be banned from everything.
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If I can't do gcses therefore I won't be able to do a levels as I will have no gcses. Can't I do online a levels
You will be able to do them, just in several years time and you will most likely have to pay to be taught and to sit the exams. Online A Levels are still A Levels and you will have to go to a physical exam hall to sit them. Have you even be reported to the board? They will tell you your verdict.
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Can someone disqualify me 1 week before my exam??Can u do private Gcses if you get disqualified??Is there any way you could do your gcses if u get disqualified in an exam?? And what happens at a level??
Compost is the person to speak to, but:

1. Probably depending on what you mean by disqualify and what you have done. You would need to clarify. The end result is yes, although the infringement could be connected to the exam board or the school
2. It depends on the nature of the disqualification.Exam board imposed or school imposed. In practical terms you would be too late this session.
3. Again it depends on the nature of the disqualification, but in most cases the answer would be yes.
4.It slightly depends on the nature of the disqualification, but i most cases it wont affect A level.

Had you provided the relevant details then your question would have been easier to answer.
Is this an actual event or just hypothetical?
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If I can't do gcses therefore I won't be able to do a levels as I will have no gcses. Can't I do online a levels
I missed it but just look at what compost said. they will have told you. Presumably you are guilty?
They are more likely just to disqualify you from the exam.
They will probably let you sit the others. Wait to see what they say.
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