“I know they allow some people to resit maths or english alongside A levels if they failed, thanks.”
“I admire the President for always trying to include the Republicans within his agenda, even when they have pledged to resit and vote NO on all his proposals.”
“Update 15/1/2010: The hearing session of Ms Neelie Kroes by a commission of EU parlementarians had a surprising end: Ms Kroes will be invited for a resit.”
“Perhaps Ed has had to do a resit - or just cleared off on hol for a time?”
“Reforms to A-levels in 2000, which split courses into six modules, with pupils able to resit exams to improve their grades, have been criticised for failing to prepare students for university life.”
“Let's avoid forcing our help onto people who don't want the help and in fact may actively resist our help, and as a consequence resit our efforts to bring help to people that genuinely need and want it.”
“Trainee teachers can resit basic literacy and numeracy tests as often as they like—and 13% need at least three goes at the latter.”
“I now can't register until I pay this resit fee and until I do that I still have no libary access or access to the online facilities.”
“Then I wasn't expecting to have to pay for this years tuition fees as I had payed up front before but unfortunatly due to the way that has all be hashed up I am now being asked to pay a resit fee of HALF the origonal - this makes me angry as I was sick and didn't just drop out.”
“Or, indeed, they're being taught to a relentlessly narrow, exam-focused syllabus by teachers under strict and unambiguous orders to get the pass rate up by any means necessary - and are being spoon-fed the right answers and allowed to resit failed exams to a point that amounts to flat-out cheating.”
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