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100% Coursework Non submission

I am in my second year of uni and am facing some issues with the year.

I didn’t submit the coursework for a module that was 100% coursework. This is the first time it has happened and I am not sure if I will be allowed to resubmit it.

I am still yet to fill in a mitigating circumstance form, for which I do have good reasons, but I have near to no evidence.

As this is my first offence, will I still be able to resubmit the coursework?

Any advice would help
Thanks
It all depends on your univerity's regulations.
Ordinarily, you would be allowed a capped (re)submission over the summer
If the ECs/PMCs are accepted, the cap would be lifted.
But, as I say, you need to check the academic regs at your uni.
Original post by momoj20
I am in my second year of uni and am facing some issues with the year.

I didn’t submit the coursework for a module that was 100% coursework. This is the first time it has happened and I am not sure if I will be allowed to resubmit it.

I am still yet to fill in a mitigating circumstance form, for which I do have good reasons, but I have near to no evidence.

As this is my first offence, will I still be able to resubmit the coursework?

Any advice would help
Thanks

Hi there

I think this will depend on your University's policies which may be located in the module guide. I would recommend getting in touch with your University via email to explain your situation firstly. Sometimes exceptions may be allowed without evidence. (Especially if this is the first time it has happened).

I hope this helps. Good luck!
Chloe
University of Kent student rep

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