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Okay so I just got my mocks back, I do Media, History and Sociology. I got a B in Media and a C in sociology. However I got an E in history, now tbh, history wasn't something I ever wanted to do at A-Level but i'm stuck with it now and my school has made it so I have to resit the history exam on the first week of September (when I come back to start year 13). Now, I am very annoyed because I thought I had all my exams over and done with but now I have to literally 'revise' in the 6 weeks holiday for a subject I already do not like. I can't do AS or anything so my school has gotten rid of it, and I can't ask my teachers to bring my grade a up lil bit higher so I get a D and don't have to resit. This stupid A-level has literally ruined me and I don't have the energy to care. But now I am wondering what happens if I fail the resit? I would rather die than do another 2 year course, I just want to leave school, I really do not care whether I pass the real a-level or not.So does anyone know what my school will probably do IF i fail the resit? I am being pessimistic because I have never passed a history a-level paper, and I really should've taken a C-TECH. I basically just ****ed myself over and just want school to be done. I am not going to uni and just want the school system out of my life for good. And the fact that now I have this history A-level resit on my conscience is SO ANNOYING. I literally have to keep the A-level at this point for my mental well being. This might be a dumb question... I don't know, i'm just losing hope in this subject right now.
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(Original post by karispg)
Okay so I just got my mocks back, I do Media, History and Sociology. I got a B in Media and a C in sociology. However I got an E in history, now tbh, history wasn't something I ever wanted to do at A-Level but i'm stuck with it now and my school has made it so I have to resit the history exam on the first week of September (when I come back to start year 13). Now, I am very annoyed because I thought I had all my exams over and done with but now I have to literally 'revise' in the 6 weeks holiday for a subject I already do not like. I can't do AS or anything so my school has gotten rid of it, and I can't ask my teachers to bring my grade a up lil bit higher so I get a D and don't have to resit. This stupid A-level has literally ruined me and I don't have the energy to care. But now I am wondering what happens if I fail the resit? I would rather die than do another 2 year course, I just want to leave school, I really do not care whether I pass the real a-level or not.So does anyone know what my school will probably do IF i fail the resit? I am being pessimistic because I have never passed a history a-level paper, and I really should've taken a C-TECH. I basically just ****ed myself over and just want school to be done. I am not going to uni and just want the school system out of my life for good. And the fact that now I have this history A-level resit on my conscience is SO ANNOYING. I literally have to keep the A-level at this point for my mental well being. This might be a dumb question... I don't know, i'm just losing hope in this subject right now.
Why were you forced into doing history A-Level?
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https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...8#post79476048
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Why were you forced into doing history A-Level?
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