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retake

1. Films a rephotographed shot or scene
2. a retaped recording
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Many schools and colleges offer classes to prepare you to retake these GCSEs or they will offer alternative courses.
Dubai: Indian schools in the UAE and Gulf countries lobbied hard to prevent a retake of two CBSE exams after the papers were leaked in India, Gulf News can reveal.
In Warwickshire not including retakes 59.8 per cent of pupils achieves at least five GCSEs at C or above including English and maths.
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.
Alan Smithers, an expert in assessment policy at the private University of Buckingham, said unlimited retakes had helped boost A-level results.
The first thing to do is get on the phone to their first choice of university, according to Cherie Rowe, vice-principal of Abbey College in Birmingham's St Paul's Square which specialises in fast-track 'cramming' courses for retakes.
Data collected included the total number and type of intraoral radiographs taken, the number of clinical retakes, and the technology (direct or indirect) used to make the primary image that required a retake.
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."