So I passed every single module, but one, which was a core module, Equity and Trusts.
I even failed the resit, which is extremely miserable since I thought I had done pretty well.
After waiting for a pretty long while, I was bumped down from LLB Law to BA Law, and my classification online says "Eligible for an Ordinary Degree".
I studied at Middlesex University and they don't really have anywhere that explains what an Ordinary Degree is, and it's really hard getting into contact with the programme leaders.
I was wondering if anyone has had this kind of experience, and if anyone has had this experience at Middlesex.
Also, I was wondering if anyone has been allowed to redo the module in the following year. And I want to take up one or two more modules...
received an ordinary degree at middlesex university, failed a single module
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You should ask someone in the SU or your department whether you cna resit.
It should be in the rules for resit of exams- normally its one resit and then they ask you to retake the whole module,
Ordinary degree sounds like it is not a qualifying degree if you wnat to go onto practice. Thast becayse Equity and Trusts is a core subject which you would have to pass for either branches of the legal profession.
If you cnat contact them then see your tutor and try all methods, so e-mail but just pop into the department.