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Hi everyone, I got an offer from UWE for architecture to start the foundation year this September but I am worried about passing the first year. As I know if you fail you have chances to retake but ultimately if you cannot pass you have to leave uni. Is it easy? and worth risking my career in one year which I might fail?
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Foundation years are really about learning to write academically and skills you need for academic study, Your university will support you and you are not risking your career, provided you put the work and ask for help early if you are struggling you will be fine.
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I'm finishing my foundation year and if you fail at first you can take retakes. Also, you only have 4 modules so its easy to work out if your failing and what you need to do to pass. The pass mark is 40%
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