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re-sit

verb To take an examination a second (or more) time.
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Re-sit opportunities in AS and A level subjects in which the new qualifications have been taught from September 2015, will be available in the legacy qualifications in May/June 2017.
The site is run by 33-year-old Waqar Ashraf, of Saltley, Birmingham, and it's got itself into trouble - though not over the re-sits sting.
Adult life offers few, if any, re-sit opportunities and joined-up learning can be lost as inextricably interwoven strands are broken down into unrealistic bitesized chunks.
The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) said it was not "acceptable or practicable" to make the students re-sit examinations.
CAIRO: Fayoum University's administration has upheld a legal ruling giving a group of female students wearing the niqab, or full-face veil, the right to re-sit examinations.
POBOL Y CWM (S4C): A SHAMEFUL Izzy faces her first day back in the sixth form so that she can re-sit her A levels.
I got a conviction for dangerous driving, a pounds 500 fine, a year's ban and had to re-sit my test.
Approximately 40 of those candidates who received the wrong test were from California and all were offered the opportunity to re-sit for the affected sections without charge or wait until the next exam window closed (in three months) to receive their results.
In addition, IntenseSchool offers the industry's first Certification Guarantee for its courses, which ensures that students have the opportunity to re-sit a classroom-based course tuition-free as many times as needed for up to one year or until certification is obtained, whichever comes first.
TAP) -- Some 40,888 candidates started Wednesday the 2017 baccalaureate re-sit exam, due to continue till June 30.
Remember re-takes: If your son or daughter thinks that they could have got a better grade in specific subjects or modules, then it might be possible to re-sit the exam and reapply for university next year.