I need to retake chemsitry, maths and re do my EE...possible? Watch

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Hello all
well i got:
HL
hist of teh americas: 7
bio: 6
chemistry:4

SL
italian ab initio: 7
english: 6
maths: 4
and D for my EE !!!!
so overall 35
can i do my ee in another subject?
how much per retake and when is it?
how should i go bout it?
plz any help welcome , i really wanna study medicine and dont even know if they allow retakes
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Yes you can switch subject for the EE.
Retake can be either November 08 or May 09, but for chemistry I definitely recommed November as the syllabus changes. How much it costs will depend on your school/centre - the official fee is $85/subject, but add to that a registration fee to enter a candidate for retakes (about the same amount) and then your school might or might not take extra fees such as paying for invigilation.
You should contact you IBC to start with, and see if you can do the retakes at your school - if that fails, start calling/emailing other schools.
It will depend on the universities whether they allow retakes or not, but most certainly do.
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You got 35 points, which means that you still can go to some medical universities, so I dont even think you need to retake :cool:
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