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    Hey guys,

    I recently finished my second year at university studying architecture. I really struggled at the end of the year and feel like i have most certainly failed my last project. The year consists of 3 main projects and 1 essay and i feel like the first 2 projects and essay went really well.

    My course only allows you to resit 60 CAT points over summer so im wondering what this means? is it 60/100 meaning a 2.1 or is it different to that?

    Cheers guys!
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    It means you can resit 60 credits.
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    There are 120 CATS points in a year.
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    There are 120 CATS points in a year.
    All my modules are equal, so does this mean a breakdown of 30/30/30/30 means i could resit 2 modules?

    Thanks for the reply!
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    (Original post by JunglistJed)
    All my modules are equal, so does this mean a breakdown of 30/30/30/30 means i could resit 2 modules?

    Thanks for the reply!
    Yeah, I would ask for a run down from your tutor about what it all means and take it from there.
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    CAT Points? Sounds like Doge Coin.
 
 
 
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