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retake

1. Films a rephotographed shot or scene
2. a retaped recording
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The discovery was made by new guidance counselor Melanie Curran while preparing for the fall MCAS retakes for Grades 11 and 12.
HEADTEACHERS yesterday attacked the decision to make thousands of students retake English GCSEs after the summer grading fiasco.
Jack won MPW Birmingham's Academic Achievement Award for best AS-level results and did well in his January retakes.
A spokesman for the QCA said the board had again discussed the retakes issue this month.
Those considering retakes should ask what they would need to get in next year and -if they feel a particular subject was wrong for them -whether a different one would be acceptable.
4) The prevalence of clinical retakes using direct digital sensors compared to film has been reported among undergraduate students (5), but to the best of our knowledge, no studies have compared retake rates between different techniques--bitewing and periapical imaging--using digital technology (indirect PSP and direct sensors).
He said retakes had done "serious damage" to the credibility of A levels.
Determined to pursue her chosen course, her school, King Edward VI, Handsworth, recommended MPW Birmingham for retakes.
They advised me to do retakes and that was really good a dvice.
State schools and colleges will only take their pupils back for retakes under special circumstances, for example, if you were ill at exam time.