May have failed 3rd year exam Watch

schutz
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Hi, posting on behalf of my gf.

She has had a exam today (3rd year law student at Swansea) and it was a 10 credit non core module, she thinks that at best she has only achieved about 30%, she has done really well in the 1st and 2nd year, and everything else in the 3rd year, with the lowest grades so far being a 2:1. Im just curious as to what will happen with the awarding body assuming that this is the only failure. Will it be a tolerated fail or resits etc, thanks for any help as were a bit unsure.
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Check the student's handbook (unless someone was Swansea replies) for better information

For me, that would result in a 'soft fail' of the module (so i wouldn't have to resit it) and i wouldn't graduate with honours

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It depends on the different uni policies but generally they will accept one failed module especially if its non a non core one and not make her resit.
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Ah cheers guys, think she should phone up to confirm.
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