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hi there peps. Im just wondering if I will get kicked out of A-Level accounting because I got a U in the mock. I'm in year 12 and exams has been cancelled. our teachers are ranking us giving us a predicted grade. will I get kicked out? is it legal for them to kick me out? will they let me go through? I REALLY DONT WANT TO REPEAT THE YEAR!
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It depends. What were your grades in your other subjects and how has your performance been throughout the year?
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Depends on your sixth form. My one was pretty brutal and if you didn't hit the mark they would "ask" you to leave and find another college - but it was in the top 3 state sixth forms in the country so they wanted to maintain their place in the charts. For most sixth forms, they will give you additional tutoring or put you on 'fast-track A-Levels' (normally a humanities subject which they teach you in 1 year after making you drop the other subject you're failing). In terms of the legality, I think they can 'legally' kick you out if you took them to court or something but most colleges would support you before that happens. If you're willing to work with them and put more effort in then you should be allowed to continue.
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Depends on your sixth form. My one was pretty brutal and if you didn't hit the mark they would "ask" you to leave and find another college - but it was in the top 3 state sixth forms in the country so they wanted to maintain their place in the charts. For most sixth forms, they will give you additional tutoring or put you on 'fast-track A-Levels' (normally a humanities subject which they teach you in 1 year after making you drop the other subject you're failing). In terms of the legality, I think they can 'legally' kick you out if you took them to court or something but most colleges would support you before that happens. If you're willing to work with them and put more effort in then you should be allowed to continue.
ok I'm really good in one of my other subjects as they already know I have made a huge progress in. in my third subject I just need to improve a little bit otherwise I'm fine it's just accounting is what I really did bad on. my teacher offered after-school session which I attended for 2 weeks then we split because of lockdown
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ok I'm really good in one of my other subjects as they already know I have made a huge progress in. in my third subject I just need to improve a little bit otherwise I'm fine it's just accounting is what I really did bad on. my teacher offered after-school session which I attended for 2 weeks then we split because of lockdown
Yeah I don't envy the year 12's whatsoever - you have it really tough given you're missing out on huge amounts of teaching and can't sit the mock exams. I'm year 13 and seem to have it far easier as our final grades are going to be calculated meaning no compulsory exams at all. Just stick at the extra work and you'll be fine - I always find YouTube tutorials beneficial (and TSR when I get really stuck!).
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Yeah I don't envy the year 12's whatsoever - you have it really tough given you're missing out on huge amounts of teaching and can't sit the mock exams. I'm year 13 and seem to have it far easier as our final grades are going to be calculated meaning no compulsory exams at all. Just stick at the extra work and you'll be fine - I always find YouTube tutorials beneficial (and TSR when I get really stuck!).
oh wow good luck with your grades and thank you for spending time replying to my worry
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