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    Yes it will. Do your resits, and do your best to at least get a pass. After that if life is not viable enough to get good scores in third year, the postpone it. Instead of ending up with a poor final class of degree.
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    So I've completed my second year of uni and miserably failed my two exams with all my assignments being passed. Obviously I am going to attempt the resits for both exams but in the worst case scenario I fail I'm considering dropping out as I'm not prepared to resit my second year at all.

    What I'm wondering is, say if I do drop out, will the 'start paying back once you're earning over 21k a year' rule apply to me whether or not I graduate?
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    Yes the rule still applies whether or not you graduate
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    (Original post by MrShazzyMan)
    So I've completed my second year of uni and miserably failed my two exams with all my assignments being passed. Obviously I am going to attempt the resits for both exams but in the worst case scenario I fail I'm considering dropping out as I'm not prepared to resit my second year at all.

    What I'm wondering is, say if I do drop out, will the 'start paying back once you're earning over 21k a year' rule apply to me whether or not I graduate?
    What course are you on ?
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    (Original post by Baldness)
    What course are you on ?
    I'm on a computer and network technology course it's a bsc.
 
 
 
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