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resit

an examination taken again by a person who has not been successful in a previous attempt
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There are no previous exam series against which to compare the results for the reformed GCSE English Language and GCSE Welsh Language resits.
Agree to sleep with me or you fail and resit the exam'.
University College Dublin charges [euro]230 for students to repeat a module or resit an exam, according to figures obtained by the Sunday Independent.
The Ministry for Education and Employment has once again launched the free SEC revision classes for those who will be sitting for the English, Maltese, Mathematics and Physics resits in September 2016.
Over 50s say OAPs should resit the test SIXTY per cent of people over 50 think it's a good idea for people to regularly resit their driving test after they reach a certain age.
Secondary schools currently receive a PS500 "catch-up premium" for any child who arrives without having met the expected standard in Year six, and the new resit tests are designed to ensure that secondary schools are using the money effectively and getting young people to where they need to be to succeed throughout rest of their school career.
That number will increase day by day as students resit their exams," she said.
One school leaders' union said the numbers were "higher than expected", and warned that offering students an extra chance to resit was not the answer to the ongoing GCSE English fiasco.
Figures revealed by exam boards show that about one in 14 who took the exam earlier this year will resit.
The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) said it was not "acceptable or practicable" to make the students resit.
The March resit exams will be held from 27 February to 2 March.