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what is an uncompensated pass, and if the overrall decision is that you have passed and can proceed to next year does this mean that you do not have to retake that one uncompensated pass?
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what is an uncompensated pass, and if the overrall decision is that you have passed and can proceed to next year does this mean that you do not have to retake that one uncompensated pass?
Hi,

Your terminology has slightly confused me, however what i think might have happened is a process called condonement; when you fail a module by 2% or less and it's the only module you have failed it usually counted as passing grade without the need for a retake for the extra 2%.

If that's the scenario you are describing, then that uncompensated pass will refer to you being allocated the required module credits, with a grade of 38-39% for the module.

Hope that helps.

Josh*
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