If I do pass my once failed dissertation at resit opportunity, what will happen Watch
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Background: BSc Psychology student from University of East London (UEL). I have completed the programme this year (2019) but currently resitting the dissertation (45 credit).I failed the dissertation on its first sit, I got 25 only for the final project component, which is 90% of its module, I did get 62 on the project plan, the other 10% of the module, making 29 as a module mark.Nevertheless, I have achieved 2:1 in all modules done in year 2 and 3 (ranging from 60 - 86)All I need to know is that, if I do pass at resit, will the 40 capped pass mark be used as a module mark to calculate into my degree classification? If that is the case then I will get the Honours degree at 2:1, (I have done all the maths). Otherwise do you think they will disregard the 40 by not calculating it into my final degree mark? (should they either use 29 I have already achieved or 0), which would ultimately result in achieving an Ordinary degree.Secondly, I know that passing the dissertation in your psychology degree along with getting a minimum 2:2 Honours is mandatory for a GBC membership / BPS accreditation. Do you suppose that even if you pass (but capped at 40) your dissertation at resit level, can I still qualify for the GBC membership?