I failed second year but my third year timetable came up ?

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So basically I failed my second year and I also did a resit with 2 essays which are land law and tort law and I passed one module so that leaves me 1/5 pass modules at the moment. However I did my 2 module resit and i don't know if I passed but how come my third year modules came up? And the timetable! I asked the their year lecture she said I'm enrolled to her module. But I failed my second year so how can this be a mistake ? XD
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(Original post by Taasassssyyyy)
So basically I failed my second year and I also did a resit with 2 essays which are land law and tort law and I passed one module so that leaves me 1/5 pass modules at the moment. However I did my 2 module resit and i don't know if I passed but how come my third year modules came up? And the timetable! I asked the their year lecture she said I'm enrolled to her module. But I failed my second year so how can this be a mistake ? XD
Your departmental admin staff, and others, will have done a lot of preparatory work for the new academic year, probably starting in the April/May period. They'll have been assuming that all second years will be progressing into the third year, and -- for example -- will have been asking second years to choose what optional units they want to do in the third year. All this information will have been fed into the systems that drive things like timetabling. It makes sense to do this, as almost all second years will progress to be third years. It's a lot easier to assume that all students will progress and then undo the assumptions where students fail to progress.

If you don't know yet if you've passed, then it's possible the formal decision has not yet been made (or if it has been made very recently, that it has not yet been communicated to you). You could try phoning your department/school admin staff, and asking when you'll find out the outcome of your resits. (Note that it's possible they can't answer that, and might need to refer you to your faculty admin staff -- the process will vary from one university to another.)
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Your departmental admin staff, and others, will have done a lot of preparatory work for the new academic year, probably starting in the April/May period. They'll have been assuming that all second years will be progressing into the third year, and -- for example -- will have been asking second years to choose what optional units they want to do in the third year. All this information will have been fed into the systems that drive things like timetabling. It makes sense to do this, as almost all second years will progress to be third years. It's a lot easier to assume that all students will progress and then undo the assumptions where students fail to progress.

If you don't know yet if you've passed, then it's possible the formal decision has not yet been made (or if it has been made very recently, that it has not yet been communicated to you). You could try phoning your department/school admin staff, and asking when you'll find out the outcome of your resits. (Note that it's possible they can't answer that, and might need to refer you to your faculty admin staff -- the process will vary from one university to another.)
So is that a good thing? 😅
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So do you think it's a mistake or they decided that they progress me into third year ?
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