A Resit is a further attempt to pass an examination. You should achieve 40% marks in order to resit your examinations. A resit is a further opportunity to completed assessment in the university. You are allowed four- resits in the university. If you are not happy with your current results, you can take another resit. You can retake your exams.
What are the benefits of retaking my exams?
The benefits of retaking your exams include:
- Eligibility for further education
- Better choice of the sixth form of university
- Foundation requirements for your industry of choice
- Added value to your CV
- More open career choices
- Great earning potential
How can I retake ?
If you have recently taken your exams , you can retake at university. It will help you to find out whether you can put a resit in a right away.
Resit (4.6 of the common credit Framework at university)
If you have failed an assessment, a resit gives the students an opportunity to retrieve the failed assessment before the start new academic year at university. A resit will only be offered after the Main Board of Examiners meeting at the end of the year. There are some conditions of resit:
- The student has failed the exams
- The students have got more than 50% of the credit
- Students were registered during the academic year
- Student want to start a new academic career
- Resit task must be completed by the end of the period.
You do not have to pay extra tuition for the resit period , because , university gives all these charges. If you pass your resit task , you will be awarded with good grades. If you fail the resit task , then the highest mark you will be able to achieve for a unit is 39%. If you fail the resit , you may be able for a retake.
Retake (4.5 of the common credit framework at university)
A retake gives the students an opportunity to retrieve the failed unit during the next academic year. It also requires repeating the unit entirely, including all assessment of the exams. The students will be liable for the appropriate tuition fees.
A student may be eligible for a retake in any of these situations:
- The component has been failed at the Resit Board of Examiners
- The component has been postponed at the Resit Board
- The student has botched more than 50% of the credit for which the student was registered at the university.
Who can do it?
Anyone can retake his or her GCSEs, regardless of age or previous experience. For the A+ grade, you will need a GCSE at C Grade. You should not change your career. You can learn at every stage of life. Common subjects students choose to resit their exams in include English, Math’s and Science, as well as certain languages or other specialism, such as Psychology or Law.