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    hi I was wondering if I can get any advice on resitting the year.

    I entered uni this year at age of 19 after repeating a year of A-levels and have not done very well in the first term, my attendance has been poor for the first term and after doing my January exams i feel like i have failed the modules. However, I still have exams in June and will try fix up but wondering if i will get kicked out for failing my January exams as i have never done January exams before.

    just for any wondering why I did poorly its due the fact I have been very ill during the first term and during the revision period i dislocated my shoulder which put me off doing anything but I don't really want to make excuses and i know its my fault.
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    :borat:Old is gold. (But you're not so old )
 
 
 
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