Will I be able to progress to 3rd Year

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TSmithFC
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Hi I just finished my 2nd year at uni and I passed all my second year modules. However in the first year I failed 1 module and was able to retake it this year but have failed again. Will I still be able to progress to my 3rd year if I failed a 1st year module.
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Short answer is 'it depends'. At my place, you'd be withdrawn for twice failing a 1st year unit. Each institution and even department has different regs on this - get in touch with your academic advisor or department head.
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