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    Okay so STUPIDLY I wrote down the wrong deadline for a coursework submission for one module. I've been kicking myself all day about it and I'm really worried now that I will fail the module since late submissions are given automatic 0s and this essay was worth 40%. Even more annoying that I actually did the essay and worked hard on it. Anyway, now I'm really scared that I might be kicked off my course if I end up failing any other modules? There's one I'm really struggling with. My attendance hasn't been great either (personal issues but probably not Ines that count as mitigating circumstances). Can I be withdrawn from my course if I fail 1 or 2 modules?

    I've read on my uni's website that you are allowed a resit in August, but I'm not sure if that only counts for exams or if it includes coursework?

    I'm at Glasgow Caledonian if that helps.

    Any help would be MUCH appreciated!!
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    You need to speak to your course officer to be honest, there's no generic answer because it varies by university/course. At my university, you were allowed to retake once but it was capped at 40%.
 
 
 
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