Mojotrooper38
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I have failed one of my 1st year modules in Primary teaching twice and have been told I can't continue on my course. However my parents split up during this time and I really struggled with sleeping and concentration . I have since been going to counselling which helped and my course work improved again, but since I failed the module resit I can't continue.
Does anyone have any advice or experience with this ? Could I have a case for getting back on the course or even redoing the year based on the circumstances ?
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Hi, first of all sorry for what you have been through. You should 100% be able to retake the module. You just need to submit extenuating circumstances with your faculty - You failed due to your mental health. You cannot be penalized. Usually with Extenuating circumstances you get another go or extension to deadlines. Good luck.
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thanks anaban 👍
After explaining as you said the extenuating circumstances, they offered me two options. 1st option to take a gap year to resit the module then return for second year. 2nd to start second year now as normal and resit the module on top. I chose the second option 😁
thanks firstly for replying and also the advice !
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