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    Hello, basically I've just finished repeating my first year at Uni. All my exams went well and I'm pretty confident I passed them all apart from one module. But will I get a chance to refer the module in the summer of I fail it? Or because I'm repeating the year do I have to pass all modules first time?

    PS I would ask my tutor but she already thinks I'm a retard

    There's no way for us to know. Each uni can set its own rules on this sort of thing.

    At my undergrad uni, this sort of situation would be treated on a case-by-case basis. If they thought you had no chance of ever passing cleanly, then you might not be allowed a resit and would be withdrawn once your first attempt exam grades were finalised. However if you've done much better in your retake year and the single failure was just judged to be a blip in an otherwise improved performance, then you might have been permitted a resit for the failed element.

    Unfortunately, you'll only know if you ask someone where you are.


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