Hi all, (sorry if this is the wrong place to post this!)
So I've just sat the Marketing 101 exam - Introduction to Marketing at Lancaster University and it’s safe to say it never went well. The stuff I never revised came up and I had a shot at answering them, but I doubt they’re decent answers. The multiple choice test went okay but I don’t want to rest my laurels on that alone so now I’m wondering what are my options?
Marketing is my degree scheme which I love to the bone and I have had three assessments in total although I haven’t received my mark for one of them, so the two grades that I have received are an A- and B which is good, but here you need to get 40% in the exam along with the coursework in order to advance into second year. I'm also averaging around 56% overall for the year.
I will undoubtedly be attempting the resist if I have failed the exam, which I believe I have, but I’m just wondering what would you suggest are some options to explore after failing first year? Resitting the year isn't an option because I’ve already tried first year once at a different uni but admittedly that was more of a wake-up call than anything since I went to hardly any of my classes but I’ve brushed up my act this year and attended almost all of them.
The A-Levels that I studied (in case you’re curious) are Business and ICT where I received an A* in both but they were we both BTECs and Media Studies where I received a C.
Possibly failed first years exam - Wondering about options
|Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time?||17-10-2016|