If you pass one and fail one exam in the retakes then yes you can progress to the next year.(Original post by Chian)
Thank you ! I hope your exams went well ! I don't understand what it means by " There's no cap as to what marks I would get.". Can you explain to me please ?
And if we fail one paper for the second time, this will cause a drop in degree classification right ? Let's say if we are able to get 75% after retakes, that means we are getting a first for that paper ?
If we have taken a year out to repeat 2 papers, and for the 2nd round, we manage to pass 1 and fail 1 paper, are we allow to progress to the next year ?
Sorry if I am asking too many questions. Would like to understand how the system works- Cheers and Thank you!
You can only resit a paper once. If you fail two papers twice then yes you go down a classification not if you fail only once.
The retakes are not capped so if you do get 75% then you would get a first.
If you read the LSE classification rules rules all of your questions would be answered as well as previous posts in the forum
Can you relate?