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Help, I failed one module over the summer that is worth of 20 points and I got an F to it because of the COVID I couldn’t really focus on it, I’m scared and i don’t know what to do please help, do I have to resist the year cause I don’t really want to because it will be my third year
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Help, I failed one module over the summer that is worth of 20 points and I got an F to it because of the COVID I couldn’t really focus on it, I’m scared and i don’t know what to do please help, do I have to resist the year cause I don’t really want to because it will be my third year
If the module was a first sit they normally offer a resit.
If the module was a resit then the department should decide and tell you.
It also makes a difference by how much you failed?
It may be possible to carry it into year 3.
It depends on the rules of your uni and the above.
Ask registry and they should explain your options.
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