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I had to retake 2 modules from my second year in my third year because I failed the reassessments
Now on my final year results it’s saying I only had 4 modules in 2019 and 7 in 2020 (dissertation counts as 2)
Is there a way to make my university count the 2 reassessments that I did in third year as modules for the second year?
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For what reason?

Your transcript will show when you completed the modules and that can’t be changed.
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