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    If you pass the coursework to a module with 60% does that mean you would need 20% in the exam to pass the module?
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    (Original post by spoon1996)
    If you pass the coursework to a module with 60% does that mean you would need 20% in the exam to pass the module?
    Are they both of equal weighting? and do they allow for a failed component in a module?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Are they both of equal weighting? and do they allow for a failed component in a module?
    Im not actually sure. What would be the normal thing. does it vary on every course?
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    (Original post by spoon1996)
    Im not actually sure. What would be the normal thing. does it vary on every course?
    Normally you need 40% in each component, some unis have a marginal fail allowance so say you got 35% but your average was over 40% they might let you pass. It's unlikely that they'd give you a pass with just 20% in a component i think.
 
 
 
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