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    I think that I will need to resit 1 of my modules for this year. However , I can't really understand how exactly this works.

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    the exam for the 1st semester was weighting 50% of my overall grade
    the exam for the 2nd semester was weighting 50% of my overall grade

    We need to have 40% overall in order to pass the module.

    Lets just say that I will get 10% in my finals this semester
    and that in the last semester I got 55%

    That it means that I will have to resit it.
    But , do I have to get 40% in my resits in August in order to pass the module or do I need to get 25%? (as I got 55% in my first semester?)

    I'm a little bit confused about this so if anyone can explain me how resits work I will be grateful.
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    I think that I will need to resit 1 of my modules for this year. However , I can't really understand how exactly this works.

    So..

    the exam for the 1st semester was weighting 50%
    the exam for the 2nd semester was weighting 50%

    Lets just say that I will get 10/100 in my finals this semester and that in the last semester I got 55/100.

    That it means that I will have to resit it. But , do I have to get 40% in my resits in August or do I need to get 25%? (as I got 55% in my first semester?) I'm a little bit confused about this so if anyone can explain me how resits work I will be grateful.

    That explanation is confusing

    How many semesters?

    2 or 3?

    What are you saying you scored for each one?

    You normally have to pass at least each module by 40%+ or it is resat. resits are usually capped at 40% max.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    That explanation is confusing

    How many semesters?

    2 or 3?

    What are you saying you scored for each one?

    You normally have to pass at least each module by 40%+ or it is resat. resits are usually capped at 40% max.
    2 semesters.

    I scored 55% in the first semester
    and I think that I will get 10% in the second semester.

    So my question is... Do I need to get 40% in August in order to pass the module? or do I need to get 25% as I scored 55% in the first semester and each semester is weighting 50% of my overall grade.
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    (Original post by whocares1222222)
    2 semesters.

    I scored 55% in the first semester
    and I think that I will get 10% in the second semester.

    So my question is... Do I need to get 40% in August in order to pass the module? or do I need to get 25% as I scored 55% in the first semester and each semester is weighting 50% of my overall grade.
    Imo 40 you have to pass all modules.
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    If you are doing law at liverpool you need to pass 40% in every exam and assessment you take including the resits
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    (Original post by sloths)
    If you are doing law at liverpool you need to pass 40% in every exam and assessment you take including the resits
    okay that explains eveything!! thank you!!
 
 
 

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