resit

[ verb ree-sit; noun ree-sit ]
/ verb riˈsɪt; noun ˈriˌsɪt /
Chiefly British

verb (used with or without object), re·sat [ree-sat], /riˈsæt/, re·sit·ting.

to retake (a test or examination).Compare sit1 (defs. 15, 20).

noun

a test or examination that is retaken.

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British Dictionary definitions for resit

resit

verb (riːˈsɪt) -sits, -sitting or -sat (tr)

to sit (an examination) again

noun (ˈriːsɪt)

an examination taken again by a person who has not been successful in a previous attempt
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