I have taken 4 core modules this year - Land Law, EU Law, Tort Law, and Equity & Trusts. I passed the first three but failed Equity & Trusts (31%). I'm retaking it soon (in a week or so). I'm really scared I won't pass it a second time. The first time I took my second year exams this May, I was very confident about the Equity exam, and I hated EU law the most, but as it turns out I did good in EU law (68%) and failed Equity. I felt I did good in the Equity exam after I did it but obviously I did not. I got feedback from the lecturer which is helpful but I can't help feeling that I'll fail my resit. The resit is also capped at 40% . Does anyone have any advice on taking the Equity exam? Preferably someone with similar experience. I'm revising but I'm currently very upset with my situation. This is my first time resitting any exam in uni. And before you ask, I really did try hard for these exams.
Failed a module - second year.
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