Might get kicked out of second year

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Hello,

So I received a letter from my university telling me my grades where unsatisfactory and I would need to resit them in August. I understood this before the letter as I knew I had failed some modules. But at the bottom of this letter it said unless my grades improve then I could be removed from the university. Obviously I dont want this.

My first year my grades were fine, no retakes, and the same with my second year semester one. It just that second year semester two ive fell behind because of stress and now im really stuck with the content, so I really dont see myself getting any better grades than I did. I also have been diagnosed Dyspraxia which means that im slower to learn stuff, so this didnt help me much either.

I understand falling behind was my fault, but with only 3 weeks until resits I dont know if ill be able to learn the content. Ive messaged my Head of School and the university independent help people to see if I could arrange a year two retake instead of being kicked out.

Just wondering if anyone has any advice on what to do? or been in a similar situation? Also if I do get kicked out are student finance going to demand back the money for this year in full or will I pay it from my wages as normal?

Thanks in advanced.

EDIT: Ive already signed a housing contract for this September so not sure how this will work if I get removed from uni
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Get your act together and start revising. You only need to get a pass in the exams, which can be obtained with a superficial understanding of the topics.

You won't be required to repay your loans now. However you will likely not get full funding if you return to university in the future to study another course.

As for the housing contract, you'll likely still be liable. You need to talk to the landlord/letting agent.
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(Original post by Sulfolobus)
Get your act together and start revising. You only need to get a pass in the exams, which can be obtained with a superficial understanding of the topics.

You won't be required to repay your loans now. However you will likely not get full funding if you return to university in the future to study another course.

As for the housing contract, you'll likely still be liable. You need to talk to the landlord/letting agent.

I am revising every day, but the issue is I do computer science and the modules I failed are really mathematically based which is the part I struggle with
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