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Hi, last year I sat my history a level and got a D which although disappointing wasn’t surprising as I really struggled with the course. In September I decided to resit the exam as an external candidate but after about a month decided not to as I am not applying to uni. Over the last few weeks however I have been considering resitting again to try and improve the grade. I understand that starting in February half term is really pushing it but I feel like it would be worth it if it meant the grade even just going up to a C - if anyone has any experience of resitting what would your advice be, is it too late now ??? 😩
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I don't have any experience with resitting but I have found that making revision cards with a question on one side and the answer on the other is the best revision method for me. Obviously it might not be right for you but I do find it easier to test myself and I just don't make revision cards on the things I know so I only spend time on the content I struggle with
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