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Right, I’ve passed all my modules except one, this was a module that started in January. It was deferred to the summer and I didn’t pass it, can I re-sit this deferral and still progress to 3rd year? Or would I have to do 2nd year all over again, because of this failed module, without the opportunity to carry over
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Right, I’ve passed all my modules except one, this was a module that started in January. It was deferred to the summer and I didn’t pass it, can I re-sit this deferral and still progress to 3rd year? Or would I have to do 2nd year all over again, because of this failed module, without the opportunity to carry over
Hi James1568,

Thank you for your message.

I'm sorry to hear about this.
To my knowledge, progressing onto the next stage of your academic studies will depend on whether you have a sufficient number of credits. If so, then you will re-sit the assignments at the next opportunity whilst going into the third year.
Usually, if a student fails the first time and fails the resit, the module needs to be taken again; including class attendance. Therefore, going part-time before advancing onto the next stage of the course.
However, it's best to double-check with your module leader and registry to confirm what happens next.

I hope this helps.

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Hi James1568,

Thank you for your message.

I'm sorry to hear about this.
To my knowledge, progressing onto the next stage of your academic studies will depend on whether you have a sufficient number of credits. If so, then you will re-sit the assignments at the next opportunity whilst going into the third year.
Usually, if a student fails the first time and fails the resit, the module needs to be taken again; including class attendance. Therefore, going part-time before advancing onto the next stage of the course.
However, it's best to double-check with your module leader and registry to confirm what happens next.

I hope this helps.

Veronica
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Hi. Is there not an option for a condoned pass ?
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Hi. Is there not an option for a condoned pass ?
Thank you for getting back to me.

You're only eligible for a condoned pass if the course-specific regulations allow for condonement, and the undergraduate modules you're taking are Levels 3 & 4 - you can find out this information in the course specification document.
It's best to find the course specification and see if you qualify and then speak to the module leader to discuss what your options are.

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Thank you for getting back to me.

You're only eligible for a condoned pass if the course-specific regulations allow for condonement, and the undergraduate modules you're taking are Levels 3 & 4 - you can find out this information in the course specification document.
It's best to find the course specification and see if you qualify and then speak to the module leader to discuss what your options are.

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So 2nd year (level 5) students cannot get a condoned pass ?
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So 2nd year (level 5) students cannot get a condoned pass ?
It's unlikely. However, it's best to clarify and follow up by asking either your module leader or your course director who will know more information regarding this.

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Update : I got a condoned pass!
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Update : I got a condoned pass!
Hey James1568,

Congrats!
Thanks for proving me wrong :P

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Update : I got a condoned pass!
Hi I'm in a similar situation can I ask how did you manage to get condoned pass?
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