effect of failing modules towards final grade Watch

kingofhouse
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Hi everyone,
I am a final year accounting and finance student at Ww. Second year and final year counts for 50% respectively. I failed a module last year and likely to fail another one this year (credits to Louxxx Graxxx). I heard people saying that failing two modules will cause your final grade to fall by 1 class (i.e 2.1-->2.2) regardless of your performance in other subjects. Is this real?
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As far as I'm aware, that is not true. Your final mark is based on the average of your modules. Obviously if you fail a module the ,ark will be low and will bring your average down.


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