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Posted this before but got no valid help so I'm posting it again.

Had to do summer resits for 1st year and will be getting results in September. This is what the University's rules are to progress from year 1 to year 2:

"In order to progress from Year 1 to Year 2 on the LLB Law (Clinical Learning) programme students must pass at the first attempt and achieve a Part I aggregation score of 11.5. Students who do not progress under this rule will be transferred to Part II of the LLB Law programme provided they have met the progression requirements for this programme"

I have throughout the year read this multiple times and have had it explained to me multiple times but to me it has always sounded like all I would have to do is pass the Clinical part of the course (as it was one module and I did well in it) in order to continue onto 2nd year. However, I have been kicked off the course because I have had to do a resit and I am planning on when I get my results back appealing and practical begging but I have no grounds to appeal on.

I was hoping to get some help on here about what I can possibly do before my results come out, possibly from a Rep.

Thank you
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Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help

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Hello, don't give up just do what you are told and make sure you read and revise well so that you pass your exams
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Posted this before but got no valid help so I'm posting it again.

Had to do summer resits for 1st year and will be getting results in September. This is what the University's rules are to progress from year 1 to year 2:

"In order to progress from Year 1 to Year 2 on the LLB Law (Clinical Learning) programme students must pass at the first attempt and achieve a Part I aggregation score of 11.5. Students who do not progress under this rule will be transferred to Part II of the LLB Law programme provided they have met the progression requirements for this programme"

I have throughout the year read this multiple times and have had it explained to me multiple times but to me it has always sounded like all I would have to do is pass the Clinical part of the course (as it was one module and I did well in it) in order to continue onto 2nd year. However, I have been kicked off the course because I have had to do a resit and I am planning on when I get my results back appealing and practical begging but I have no grounds to appeal on.

I was hoping to get some help on here about what I can possibly do before my results come out, possibly from a Rep.

Thank you
Am a tutor, if you need any help. PM me please
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Hello, don't give up just do what you are told and make sure you read and revise well so that you pass your exams
Thanks but I don't need help with the revision rather with what to do now.
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In my opinion, the best thing you can do is to ask to switch course. You're going to be thrown off the law llb because you didn't meet the terms, you're not going to be able to pass into the next year. You may have passed your resits though. I think your back up plan should be to switch course.
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In my opinion, the best thing you can do is to ask to switch course. You're going to be thrown off the law llb because you didn't meet the terms, you're not going to be able to pass into the next year. You may have passed your resits though. I think your back up plan should be to switch course.
No you don't get it.

I'm still on the Law llb, but I was doing it with something else. I know that, during my resits,
I achieved the grades to continue on to 2nd year of Law LLB (even though I haven't gotten my grades back yet) but not the grades to continue on with the specific course that I was doing . Did that make sense?
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No you don't get it.

I'm still on the Law llb, but I was doing it with something else. I know that, during my resits,
I achieved the grades to continue on to 2nd year of Law LLB (even though I haven't gotten my grades back yet) but not the grades to continue on with the specific course that I was doing . Did that make sense?
It makes sense now but in that case, why don't you just continue with the normal Law LLB? Assuming you're aiming to be a solicitor or barrister, that is the normal route anyway.

And if you have no grounds to appeal the decision, begging will have zero effect on the outcome.
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No you don't get it.

I'm still on the Law llb, but I was doing it with something else. I know that, during my resits,
I achieved the grades to continue on to 2nd year of Law LLB (even though I haven't gotten my grades back yet) but not the grades to continue on with the specific course that I was doing . Did that make sense?
Yes. I think you've got to make the most of what you can. Plus everything that harrysbarsaid
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It makes sense now but in that case, why don't you just continue with the normal Law LLB? Assuming you're aiming to be a solicitor or barrister, that is the normal route anyway.

And if you have no grounds to appeal the decision, begging will have zero effect on the outcome.
True.

I decided earlier on today that I'd just continue on the normal path and work harder
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