What does 'continued reassessment' in a module mean?

If you have not had all the normal opportunities for first-sit, referral and/or deferral by the time of your reassessment board, (due to extenuating circumstances accepted by the University), then you are considered to have continued reassessment.

This means that:

  • You have another attempt at the reassessment for the module(s)
  • You are not permitted to attend any classes for these module(s) and so these modules will therefore not show on your timetable
  • There will be no additional charge for the continued reassessment module(s)

You will be contacted by e-mail to confirm details of your reassessment arrangements.

If you fail your continued reassessment module, you will be required to retake this module in the next academic year. This may impact on your progression.

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