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    I am a first year computing student with 2 out of my 8 modules from engineering and digital arts school. All of my computing modules have decent grades but one of my engineering and digital arts modules I am most likely going to fail. What would happen if I did?
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    Hi Gnarlyy,

    Thanks for your question.

    For first year students, and any other year for that matter, you have the opportunity to re-sit any failed modules in August. The mark you receive will be capped at 40% so it is just enough for you to get the credits you need to progress onto the next year of your course. Each module re-sit will cost you around £54.

    If you do not pass the module you're worried about, you will get a letter to tell you what to do next, shortly after the results come out.

    If you have any further questions I suggest that you contact the School of Computing, here's there number:01227 824180

    I hope this helps, and it's worth mentioning that sometimes the modules you think you'll do worst in actually end up being your best grades because of the extra effort you have to put in!!

    Good luck!

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