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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    Hi, I've just applied for Good Cause because I feel my exams will probably be affected by certain circumstances. However I am still going to attend them and try my best. If my Good Cause gets accepted, but on the off chance I actually get a good grade, will I be able to keep the good grade, or will I be forced to resit the exam? I go to Glasgow Uni if this makes any difference.

    Thanks for the help!

    Nah they can't force you to resit, speak to your advisor when the results come out. I think they'll just let you keep the first grade if it's fine?

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    Could be made to do the resit.

    They won't look at the exam just the good cause (To them your C1 could be lower than what you were normally expected to get)
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