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Hi, I did not achieve the number of credits needed to progress to 2nd year, what are my options?
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What Uni are you at
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What university are out in? What profession do you major in?
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And what subject
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KCL, Computer Science
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I think you have the opportunity to redo certain modules in order to pass?? Why don’t you ask the Uni directly, what do I do?? What can I do? Do you have a personal tutor you can contact
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No unfortunately I have used them up
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I think you have the opportunity to redo certain modules in order to pass?? Why don’t you ask the Uni directly, what do I do?? What can I do? Do you have a personal tutor you can contact
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No unfortunately I have used them up
I think the option would then be to start over at another university? But also seriously reconsider whether Computer Science is for you? I understand it’s extremely difficult, I have heard from so many people. Maybe choose another degree and at another uni. Don’t lose hope. You’ve still got this! It just means another road, a different path
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I think the option would then be to start over at another university? But also seriously reconsider whether Computer Science is for you? I understand it’s extremely difficult, I have heard from so many people. Maybe choose another degree and at another uni. Don’t lose hope. You’ve still got this! It just means another road, a different path
Would that mean waiting a year to reapply? And how will that work with SFE?
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Would that mean waiting a year to reapply? And how will that work with SFE?
You could apply via clearing- you'd need to set up a new UCAS account, but you can have a look at vacancies here:
https://digital.ucas.com/search

It's very likely that more places will become available on results day.

SFE fund you for the length of your course + 1 extra year. This year would be counted as your extra year, so you could still get full funding, but you would not be able to fail another year.

Do you know why you failed the modules that you didn't pass?
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Would that mean waiting a year to reapply? And how will that work with SFE?
Student finance would still fund you. They fund further education for a total of 4 years. So yeah as said above you could make it for another 3 year course but you cannot fail any year.

Also said above ^ it’s a good idea setting up a UCAS account for Clearing. I think you can do that. Speak to UCAS (email or ring up) and tell them your situation & ask if it’s possible. You could get onto a course starting September but you have to act fast.

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