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    Ok I'm in a very messy situation and desperately need some help!

    I am currently in my 3rd year at uni doing social work however failed a module first time round, re-did it (it was a practical placement), knew I was going to fail again so decided to not complete it, as withdrawing is better than failing my whole degree! However it also means that I can now not graduate. I am pretty gutted about the whole situation but have kinda known for a while that social work is not for me and should have dopped out a lot sooner really. However, I passed my first 2 years with no problems and obtained 55 credits in my final year. I was wondering how easy (or difficult) it would be to switch courses at this stage and to transfer to a different university? My tutor seems to think that the credits I already have can be carried on to a different course but I was under the impression that I would need to do a final year again. Can anyone help me with this please?
 
 
 
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