In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivoresat, resitting
1(examination) volver a presentarse a
- But 80 per cent were wrongly given low grades in the papers - and the error was only discovered after they had resat the exams at their own cost.
- He returned on Friday to resit a maths exam which he clearly had no intention of taking.
- His son, a second-year construction studies student, failed in the summer exams of 2000 and was suspended from resitting examinations for two years.
- If they fail, they will have to undergo another five hours of training before being allowed to resit the exam.
- If you didn't get the A Level / AS Level or Higher Still grades you'd hoped for, and you don't want to go through Clearing to get a new place at university, it may be worth resitting your exams.
- I can see him having to go to college at the end of his A levels to resit them.
- As a matter of fact, one group from last semester is currently resitting a course because of suspected plagiarism.
- This course is not available to graduates who should apply for the 4-year Graduate Entry Programme or students who are taking or resitting A Levels who should apply to the 5-year MBBS course.
- Luckily I was able to resit modules to boost my grades.
- It was quite a tricky paper (the other girl resitting it agreed) and so I'm not optimistic about that grade - which means I have to do really, really well in the other two papers.
- Would you advise her to resit biology or should she apply to comparable universities next year and take her chances with what she has already?
- But it's not hard to see that anyone resitting the following year is under even more pressure.
- We have got people resitting AS modules in their second year to try to improve their grades, even when they have already got good results.
- Critics also attack the system because it allows students to resit subjects that are internally assessed.
- Although I have no personal knowledge of this case, I believe that the minimum appropriate punishment should have been to resit the examination.
- The appellant resat her finals and was awarded a third class degree, which is not good enough for the further career options which she wanted and still wants to pursue.
- If it really matters to you, you can always resit.
- She, together with four fellow pupils, resat one of the English literature modules in June, but the school set the wrong text, which meant the pupils couldn't answer the paper in the exam.
- But, despite the regrades, dissatisfaction has continued, with hundreds of students choosing to resit their A-levels this summer.
- He was expelled two months ago for behavioural and truancy problems and returned on Friday to resit a maths exam.
verbo intransitivoresat, resitting
1volver a examinarse
1to do a resit — volver a examinarse
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