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    Help.. i am due to graduate this year but i have just noticed i have a big problem. i am studying journalism at UEL and i'm in my final year. in my first year, i was withdrawn for attendance in one of my modules, it wasnt a core module and i was told year 1 didnt count so i didn't bother retaking it. i have now completed all 6 year 2 modules and 6 year 3 modules which tallies to 340 UEL credits (including the 5 modules completed in year 1), but it says to qualify for an honours degree you need 360. what does this mean? will i not graduate? the uni has been pretty useless in trying to answer this for me so this is my last resort.
    i thought year 1 didnt count for anything especially if you pass your core modules.

    i hope someone can help.

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    Hi,

    First thing you should do is go to your dean of your school/department and speak to them directly.

    Secondly your first year results do count, however it's only your second and third year results that create and add up your final grade.

    Alternatively, you can apply to do extra modules but you will probably have to pay for this.


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