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    So the short of it is I only achieved 58% in one of my module assignments. In the other three I managed 80% 70% and 70%. As I was writing the one of the lower grade I received some really bad news about some one close to me and as a result my own mental health issues flared up. I understand that my work did not warrant a higher grade so I do not want to dispute that, however as each of my assignments are only worth 30% of the module I was wondering if anyone had any particular advice when it comes to increasing my grades at exam level as they are worth 70% of the grade.

    I am a law student and the module was constitutional and administrative law (public law) I need to achieve 77% to gain a first on the module and my exam is in late April. What do I need to do to achieve this? I am academically able, but have struggled the past few weeks to keep up, do you guys on tsr have any particular advice.
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    So the short of it is I only achieved 58% in one of my module assignments. In the other three I managed 80% 70% and 70%. As I was writing the one of the lower grade I received some really bad news about some one close to me and as a result my own mental health issues flared up. I understand that my work did not warrant a higher grade so I do not want to dispute that, however as each of my assignments are only worth 30% of the module I was wondering if anyone had any particular advice when it comes to increasing my grades at exam level as they are worth 70% of the grade.

    I am a law student and the module was constitutional and administrative law (public law) I need to achieve 77% to gain a first on the module and my exam is in late April. What do I need to do to achieve this? I am academically able, but have struggled the past few weeks to keep up, do you guys on tsr have any particular advice.
    Have you spoken to anyone in a professional sense about your current problems?

    Ałso dont be afraid to claim extenuating circs if you feel your not in a place to do the exam currently


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