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    I was wondering if it is worth taking an extra semester (medical defferal) for 3 modules after already graduating with a borderline 2:1 this summer. I wanted to improve my grades (and transcript) from borderline to hopefully a high 2:1, is it worth it? Will employers see this as a worse off scenario and should I just leave my grades as is?

    Btw I will be starting work in my field in September and will be a distant learning student not attending lectures, however the content should be pretty familiar. I want to improve my grades for my long term career aspects in case I want to aim for a more sought after company in the future where competition is high. (My degree is in Finance and Accounting and I was a 2nd year direct entry student)
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