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Can I re-take some of my exams and still be eligible for a scholarship?

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Can I re-take some of my exams and still be eligible for a scholarship?
Answer:

In assessing academic excellence, only pre-university qualifications taken within the same academic session, e.g. the normal time it takes to achieve the qualification (in most cases, two years) and sat only on one occasion, will count.


 
 
 

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