An element is coursework, examination,
practice, in-class test or pass/fail assessment.
Here are some examples:
FNO means that you
must repeat all elements of the module with attendance over another academic
year and this would be regarded as your next attempt.
FNS means that you
must repeat the specified elements with attendance over another academic year
and this would be regarded as your next attempt.
For more information about repeat results
and for more detail to accompany the brief points below, please read about your results, how to find them, and what they mean.
- Foundation students may not be able to achieve the required aggregate for progression if
repeating as a 2nd attempt (when module marks are capped at 40%). You may approach the Admissions Tutor for your chosen
degree and ask if they would be willing to consider you for progression, but
there is no guarantee this will be agreed.
- Enrolment for next year. To repeat your
modules over the next academic year, you must complete the online enrolment
process. Online enrolment opens Monday 2 August 2021.
- Appeals. If you
wish to appeal against the decision of the Award Assessment Board, you will
need to do so within 10 working days after publication. Appeal Deadlines.
- Extenuating circumstances. If you have
submitted valid extenuating circumstances during the year, these will have been
considered by the Award Assessment Board.
- Outstanding debts. If you have any
outstanding debts with the University, you may be unable to repeat your
modules, receive any award or attend the graduation ceremony. Please contact
Finance & Sustainability on 01752 588130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- International Students on
Tier 4 visas. You must contact
the International Student Advice team to check that you have enough time remaining
on your visa to complete your studies and any other restrictions.