Should I re sit summer 2022 or 2023?

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Hi, there is 4 months left for the summer 2022 re sits. I have to prepare for exams for 3 ALevels and a 3000 word coursework for english. Do you guys think I have enough time to prepare for these exams (I haven't started yet but most of the AS content I somewhat know). Should I just do it this summer or be safer and go next summer. Thanks everyone for your time.
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3 A-Levels and a 3,000-word piece of coursework for English Literature would not allow you to achieve A* and A grades by this Summer 2022!!!

But if you study hard during now and Summer 2023 you might be able to achieve A*A*A* and then apply to Cambridge, LSE, UCL, KCL and SOAS etc.

What do you want to study at university?
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3 A-Levels and a 3,000-word piece of coursework for English Literature would not allow you to achieve A* and A grades by this Summer 2022!!!

But if you study hard during now and Summer 2023 you might be able to achieve A*A*A* and then apply to Cambridge, LSE, UCL, KCL and SOAS etc.

What do you want to study at university?
sadly UCL and Cambridge dont accept re sits never mind re siting after 2 years (many unis only allow re sits done in 3 years including the two years in sixth form)

I want to study medicine
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sadly UCL and Cambridge dont accept re sits never mind re siting after 2 years (many unis only allow re sits done in 3 years including the two years in sixth form)

I want to study medicine
For Medicine, they might not accept resits, but I know for other courses, some candidates get offers from the top universities like Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Imperial, UCL, Durham, Edinburgh, Bristol, York, Manchester, Nottingham and others.
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For Medicine, they might not accept resits, but I know for other courses, some candidates get offers from the top universities like Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Imperial, UCL, Durham, Edinburgh, Bristol, York, Manchester, Nottingham and others.
yeah many medical schools dont accept re sits done over more than 3 academic years. But uni of exeter does accept
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yeah many medical schools dont accept re sits done over more than 3 academic years. But uni of exeter does accept
Which exam boards are you doing for Maths, Chemistry and Biology? Edexcel Maths? AQA Biology and AQA Chemistry?
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Which exam boards are you doing for Maths, Chemistry and Biology? Edexcel Maths? AQA Biology and AQA Chemistry?
for chemistry and biology its AQA and for English Literature its Edexcel.
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