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re-sit

verb To take an examination a second (or more) time.
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* 'EXTRA CHANCE': Students will be allowed re-sit their GCSE English exam in November
"This is partly because it will be easier for the individuals to perform at a higher level through the restructuring of the exam." But there will also be people who choose to re-sit their units "to maximise their score".
Bear in mind that the minimum sentence for dangerous driving is a one-year ban and a requirement to re-sit your test
The minister further stressed that the Baccalaureate re-sit session took place in good conditions like the main session, adding that the results will be announced on July 8.
Be prepared that occasionally some universities look for higher grades from re-sit students so they may need to check specific universities views on re-sit candidates.
"My lecturer told me I might have to re-sit loads of things or repeat a year.
If nothing else, unions want pupils given the opportunity to re-sit their English language modules free of charge - though the Welsh Government, which is responsible for regulating exams in Wales, will be reluctant to foot the bill for either.
A?LEVEL students will only be able to take exams in the summer - with fewer chances to re-sit papers.
And to simply offer June candidates a re-sit in November is insulting.
Many sixth formers all over the country who took re-sit exams in January claimed their results last week.