Failed a first year module 3 times and now I have been removed from my course. Watch
- Very Important Poster
- 05-08-2016 20:34
- 05-08-2016 20:39
Best advice is take what you have learned from previous years as a learning curve and re-evaluate your studying to see where you need to improve.
Things to consider,
Do you need to reduce your social time or perhaps increase your studying?
Are you happy with current method of studying, perhaps change or tweak a few things?
Get feedback from tutors to see what scored you less points, it could be the real little things that could have reduced your grade?
Look into different methods to learn material?
Do you do better in course work or exams?
Perhaps look into how you revise and tweak it a little bit?
- 05-08-2016 20:58
I can't really provide you with meaningful advice but I hope everything will go well for you in the end.
At any rate, is there reason why you failed an exam three times in a row? Didn't you study or are/were you simply not interested in the course?
Before, you apply to another University it is good that you discover the reasons why you didn't fulfil your potential because £9,000 is a lot of money to pay.Last edited by ThinkAndGrowRich; 05-08-2016 at 21:00.
- 05-08-2016 21:36
Good luck, OP. I hope it goes well for you. Chin up, and let us know how you got on.
(Original post by Sparkle Brooke)
- 30-09-2016 20:48
I was an Aston university student studying Business management, I failed three modules in first year I was allowed to continue onto second year while trailing two modules out of three as I passed the one of the modules in summer l. I passed the second module but failed the third and achieved a 2:2 in second year. My university have decided to remove me from my course and I don't know what to do. I tried to appeal it but they still removed me and I've been told by three universites that I can't transfer as I didn't leave 1st year with a 2:1. I don't know what I am gonna do as I really need my degree. Can anyone help?