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    Hey,
    So I failed 1 of my 6 modules.
    I got 30% overall in that module but in all my other 5 modules I've gotten grades between 60-83%.

    I was wondering if there's any way I can progress onto final year (y3) without having to spend the whole of this next year just doing one module from year 2 again? Like could I do it alongside my y3 modules? or could I just do the work again right now and hand it in? The work is easy and I could do it within a day, I just didn't have time to do it properly when it was due in and submitted a draft I did in like 2 hours.
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    (Original post by 55th_inline)
    Hey,
    So I failed 1 of my 6 modules.
    I got 30% overall in that module but in all my other 5 modules I've gotten grades between 60-83%.

    I was wondering if there's any way I can progress onto final year (y3) without having to spend the whole of this next year just doing one module from year 2 again? Like could I do it alongside my y3 modules? or could I just do the work again right now and hand it in? The work is easy and I could do it within a day, I just didn't have time to do it properly when it was due in and submitted a draft I did in like 2 hours.
    All decisions are done by your exam board, speak to your department to challenge the decision if they have told you that you have to do the one module on its own.
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    You should be able to look it up as it will vary from university to university. Email or phone your department.

    When did you get the results? We couldn't advance with a fail at my university; students had to repeat any failures in August.
 
 
 
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