(Original post by Eyeofatiger)
What happens if you just pass 2, due to poor exam technique (but get an average of more than 120?) Must you take a year out? Isn't it your choice whether you continue into second year?
No you would be contacted by the Student Progress Panel to discuss your situation.
So, do you think it's really wise to take a year out ? Is this going to be a waste of time ? and so that shows we don't even need to be in the school throughout the year except during exam period ? Or do you think it is better to pay for tuition and go for the classes and lectures for the courses you have failed ?
The degree shall be capped at 'pass' where a candidate has unredeemed fails in three papers.
Sorry for bad english
It means if you failed 3 modules and didn't pass them at your 2nd or 3rd attempt (or if you have 3 fails in 3rd year) then the highest grade you can get is a Pass. Basically, at the end of your degree they look whether you have 3 fails which are outstanding.