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What does HND pass overall mean?

Hi,
I'm looking for advice about what I need to obtain to secure my offers with my chosen Uni's. For my firmed and insurance choice the description says you must obtain a pass overall in HND. A HND is 30 credits. I have three exams left for the year and one class is a core-module worth 2 credits (I'm finding this class difficult) and another two classes that are not core- modules together make 3 credits. I've already obtained a lot of my credits as I'm re-sitting some classes and have 28 credits. Does anyone know if I can obtain a HND with the non-core modules, would that count as HND with a pass-overall?
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Original post by eliszzzy
Hi,
I'm looking for advice about what I need to obtain to secure my offers with my chosen Uni's. For my firmed and insurance choice the description says you must obtain a pass overall in HND. A HND is 30 credits. I have three exams left for the year and one class is a core-module worth 2 credits (I'm finding this class difficult) and another two classes that are not core- modules together make 3 credits. I've already obtained a lot of my credits as I'm re-sitting some classes and have 28 credits. Does anyone know if I can obtain a HND with the non-core modules, would that count as HND with a pass-overall?

Hello,
My assumption is that you have to pass all mandatory modules depending on what type of HND it is. So for example, in HND biological science (biomedical), the mandatory modules are DNA molecular techniques, Microbiological techniques, Immunological Techniques, Protein structure and function and Graded unit 2 (pass).

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