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    I failed two modules (second year) and I got my re-sits in august. I started my revisions already and I do abt 3-4 hours a day.

    I just want to know how different will the re-sits be, will they change every question or jus a few.
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    Just a stab in the dark but guessing it'll depend on things such as the module...module leaders and university amongst other things...best thing to do is contact relevant tutors and ask them...

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    You should be able to obtain copies of past question papers from the library. This will give you an indication of the type of questions asked. At my university, some of the questions have been repeated exactly in their original format, but obviously this varies and it is not a very good strategy to 'bank on' this being the case.
 
 
 
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