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    Hi, How's everyone doing?Hope all of you enjoying their holiday ^^Me on the other hand, have two resits on September, and I have some questions regarding that:If I fail on one or both of my resits (May Allah forbid) do I get terminated immediately or I get another chance? (I read the university's regulations, but didn't quite get it)Secondly, How hard are the resits? I have CO1005 (Data Structure and Development Environment) and EG1201 (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) as a resit, did anybody here had experienced that?P.S. I'm an international student, so please excuse my English if I got something wrong ^^Cheers,OrekiXV
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    I doubt you'll get a second chance. You may have to repeat but if your uni regulations aren't clear contact the course director and ask. Expect the assessments to be similar to the original ones.
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    Hi, How's everyone doing?Hope all of you enjoying their holiday ^^Me on the other hand, have two resits on September, and I have some questions regarding that:If I fail on one or both of my resits (May Allah forbid) do I get terminated immediately or I get another chance? (I read the university's regulations, but didn't quite get it)Secondly, How hard are the resits? I have CO1005 (Data Structure and Development Environment) and EG1201 (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) as a resit, did anybody here had experienced that?P.S. I'm an international student, so please excuse my English if I got something wrong ^^Cheers,OrekiXV
    There are a number of options and ut just depends on how the examiners view your case. Part of it will depend on how close to a pass you got and part will depend on any migitigating circumstances.

    The ouitcomes run the whole range of letting you proceed and resit, down to resit over the year, retake the whole year and termination. Mya dvice is to focus on your exams and do the best you can to pass. Termination is unlikely, but resitting the following year is more probable. Whatever their decision you will be able to put in an appeal if you disagree and have some sirt of special circumstances to explain your poor performance.

    The outcomes are here:
    http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/sas2/assessments/results

    The exams should be at the same level as your previous ones.
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    Oh okay, thanks AlleyCat ^^
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    Glad that it made you happy MastersGirl ^^
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    Thank you for your effort 999tigger, and I'll try to do my best ^^
 
 
 
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