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if you are taking exams in september (GCSEs) how many are you taking? im worried it will interfere with my alevels
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The exams are in November, not September and no one will know how many they are taking until they get their results in August.
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The exams are in November, not September and no one will know how many they are taking until they get their results in August.
oh i was sent an email by my high school teachers that the retake exams were in september hence why i didnt want to wait until results day because then i would have only a short period of time to go over content. thank you
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oh i was sent an email by my high school teachers that the retake exams were in september hence why i didnt want to wait until results day because then i would have only a short period of time to go over content. thank you
What's been announced so far is here:
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/o...ries-proposals
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What's been announced so far is here:
https://www.gov.uk/government/news/o...ries-proposals
Thank you so much
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The exams are in November, not September and no one will know how many they are taking until they get their results in August.
With the people I have been talking to - some of us do have an idea
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Oh! I forgot to say what I'm planning to do! I am hoping to do English Lang, Maths, Physics, German, PE and RS . And you?
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Oh! I forgot to say what I'm planning to do! I am hoping to do English Lang, Maths, Physics, German, PE and RS . And you?
I'm just thinking maths and english to be honest, they are the main ones i've carried on revising for. But on results day if i'm really unhappy with a grade i'll obviously probably take the exam, i'm just worried I'm gonna have a lot on my plate trying to continue revising for gcses and doing alevel work.
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Oh! I forgot to say what I'm planning to do! I am hoping to do English Lang, Maths, Physics, German, PE and RS . And you?
That's an awful lot to be doing as well as A levels. Wait until you get your results but I'd advise against doing more than 2-3.
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That's an awful lot to be doing as well as A levels. Wait until you get your results but I'd advise against doing more than 2-3.
Personally I think I can cope . Maybe I sound stupid in your eyes - but at the end of the day it’s me doing it.
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