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I go to University of East London, really need some advice because I'm panicking like mad now, I've been revising like crazy for a resit next week, and I've just noticed that I actually failed one of my COMPONENTS in another module, which was an AUTOCAD coursework, and the deadline for the resit submission was YESTERDAY! I had NO idea, and I KNOW I should have looked and spotted it when I initially looked at results, God knows how I managed to not see it.
Anyone know what I can do? How many times can you "resit" a component? Will this hinder my progression into year 2?
(Original post by brisky)
Will this hinder my progression into year 2?
If you've failed to resit all the failed modules/assessments then yes it will hinder your progression. A friend of mine had 13 resits last year (I know ) and he forgot about 1 and they terminated his studies. He tried to appeal it but gave up and just got a full time job. If I were you I'd email your tutor or something ASAP!