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    Hi

    Does anybody know what the minimum pass mark is to pass the year? I'm a 1st year studying Psychology and I have just scraped a pass on 2 assignments for 2 modules.

    Am I correct in believing that you need an overall percentage of 40% to pass the year? Does this mean 40% in each module as well? Also, if I fail 2 of my modules does this mean I will need to re-sit in the summer.

    I can't seem to find a student handbook with the information. I'm aware I sound a bit thick writing this but I'm just beginning to panic that I spent too much time in the first semester procrastinating.

    Thanks in advance and any replies would be most appreciated.
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    Normally to get onto the following year you would need to gain a pass in all modules which is 40%. If you do fail any modules, the resits will be over summer of which you would have to pass, but I believe you will be capped at 40% for the resits.

    Hope this helps!
 
 
 
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