Question regarding MEI maths resits

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BrenChongerZomb
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Could someone please confirm that I’m allowed to resit M1 next year as well for the old MEI spec ? Although for 2019 it’s the last opportunity and will be designed for resit candidates only . I messed up yesterdays MEI M1 exam so badly despite getting full marks in every other single paper . It was just too hard ... which will have a drastic effect on my overall grade .
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I think you will be able to, you have to be allowed a resit i'm sure.
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(Original post by BrenChongerZomb)
Could someone please confirm that I’m allowed to resit M1 next year as well for the old MEI spec ? Although for 2019 it’s the last opportunity and will be designed for resit candidates only . I messed up yesterdays MEI M1 exam so badly despite getting full marks in every other single paper . It was just too hard ... which will have a drastic effect on my overall grade .
Yes, you can resit next year. See http://www.ocr.org.uk/administration...ements-040516/ for confirmation.
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Yes, you can resit next year. See http://www.ocr.org.uk/administration...ements-040516/ for confirmation.
Thank you , if I decide to resit M1 will I also have to resit the whole of C1-C4 and S1? Even if I average 90 ums in that
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Thank you , if I decide to resit M1 will I also have to resit the whole of C1-C4 and S1? Even if I average 90 ums in that
No. The old specification is a modular qualification, you only need to resit the papers that you want to improve.
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No. The old specification is a modular qualification, you only need to resit the papers that you want to improve.
Thank you , that has got rid of some stress lol . The M1 paper 2 days ago was horrible so I’ll take a gap year and then hopefully resit it to get an A* in maths overall cuz my offer is A*AA
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Is this the same for AQA or just MEI cuz I effed up my core 3
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Is this the same for AQA or just MEI cuz I effed up my core 3
Yeah I believe so , my school also does AQA for the new students , my teacher said resits would be allowed for AQA as well in 2019. My chances of an A* have dropped so badly after the M1 paper , was disastrous ... nothing compared to any of the past papers
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Is this the same for AQA or just MEI cuz I effed up my core 3
Same for AQA, OCR, OCR-MEI and Edexcel
Have not looked for an announcement from eduqas but think it will also apply to their modular A level offered in England
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Did you resit m1? If so how did you find it?
(Original post by BrenChongerZomb)
Could someone please confirm that I’m allowed to resit M1 next year as well for the old MEI spec ? Although for 2019 it’s the last opportunity and will be designed for resit candidates only . I messed up yesterdays MEI M1 exam so badly despite getting full marks in every other single paper . It was just too hard ... which will have a drastic effect on my overall grade .
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