Hi Everyone just wanted some advice on what i can do. Iv repeated my first year twice and passed everything except 1 module and i have run out of retakes. The reason for failing it came down to a medical illness i had at the time of examination.
Iv appeal to the deans but the rejected simply because i forgot to add the dates of the exam ( i know very minor!!)
So went through the scary processes of sending an appeal to the vice chancellor which thankfully got accepeted. However during all of this there was a massive delay in getting back to me meaning uni had started without me hearing back from them. Now i have to wait for the exam board to have a meeting but the next one isnt until next year ( which im no happy about as i just want to start 2nd yr)
So iv been told it will most likely be pushed to a closer date but now im super worried im missing out on a lot of stuff in second year and dreading that when the time comes they say i have missed out too much to re-enter -.- and also iv been sent an email aaying iv been withdrawn but recieved this before i recieved my Appeal decision so i have no clue what this means now and just need any advice.
p.s iv spoken to the uni advice people and its all just gone in circles.
Any advice would help! Thanks in advance
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