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    #1

    Redo the class.

    A person passes or clears a class but with poor grades. That person wants to reattened that class so what we need to say "He wants to redo that class?"

    Please check.

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    #2

    Re: Redo the class.

    Your answer is okay, but "he wants to retake the class" would be more common.

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