Further reassessment in 15 trailed credits only

If you have been offered this outcome, this means you have passed your current year of study but have been given a further reassessment opportunity in your previously trailed credits. This outcome gives you the option to undertake reassessment over the Summer in your failed credits in the module you have trailed.

Please note, if you are already carrying 30 failed credits, you need to pass these 15 credits of reassessment to be eligible to proceed to your next year of study or to be awarded your full honours degree, as you can only fail a maximum of 30 credits’ worth of non-core modules across your whole honours degree. If you do not pass these credits, in September, the Board of Examiners will consider whether you can be offered further reassessment in 2022-23 and/or your eligibility for an exit award.

Before selecting this outcome we urge all students to read the important information below:

Reassessment fees 

Reassessment in a module costs £50, this cost applies regardless of how much reassessment you will be undertaking in that module. Any reassessment offered as a ‘First Sit’ is free of charge, unless otherwise specified.

Check any changes with your department

You are responsible for checking with your department as to whether the syllabus or assessment for the modules you’ll be reassessed in are due to change next year.

If there are any changes, your department will be able to confirm whether you’ll be reassessed on the old or new syllabus.

Exam reassessment

If you need to undertake reassessment in any exams this will be noted on your results page alongside when this examination will take place.

If you are undertaking reassessment without attendance in an exam in 2022-23 this will take place in the main Summer exam period unless you are trailing your reassessment alongside progressing to your next year of study. Students trailing reassessment into their next Academic Year will undertake any exam reassessment in the January exam period.

Information on when exam timetables will be released and the dates of the exam periods will be updated on the exam dates and timetables page shortly.

Coursework reassessment

  • If you need to submit new coursework, your department will be in touch with you with further details about what you will need to do and to confirm your deadline.
  • If you are resubmitting coursework over the Summer, you will be sent this by Wednesday 27 July and will need to submit this by Wednesday 24 August, unless otherwise stated by your department. If you do not receive your coursework by Wednesday 27 July, please contact your department.
  • If you are resubmitting coursework reassessment without attendance in the 2022/23 academic year, your coursework will be undertaken across the year alongside the modules standard assessment.
  • Students trailing or reassessing in previously trailed coursework reassessment in the 2022-23 academic year will undertake all coursework reassessment in the Autumn Term with this due for submission by January 2023.
  • Your department will confirm the deadline date and time for your resubmissions.
  • If you’re unable to submit coursework on time, University rules about the late submission of coursework will apply.
  • Please note, the details of your new coursework reassessment will be sent to you by your department. It’s important that you do not create your own coursework titles or reuse previous coursework titles, as these won’t be accepted by your department.

Final year projects

If you’re a Final Year student who needs to resubmit final year coursework, please contact your department as soon as possible to find out exactly what areas of the project you need to work on for your resubmission.

Maximum attempts

The Rules of Assessment state that you will not be granted more than three attempts at a module unless you have accepted extenuating circumstances.

If you fail a module for a third time, and cannot be offered a further attempt, you may have to carry the fail or could be withdrawn from the University.

Information for Final Year students

If you’re a Final Year student and have been offered further reassessment, the Board of Examiners will assess your results once you’ve completed your reassessment to decide whether or not you’ve passed. If you have passed, and you’re eligible for a degree, you will receive your degree once your results have been confirmed.

If you chose to take an alternative award in 2019-20 or 2020-21, e.g. an Ordinary Degree or a Diploma of Higher Education, and also undertook further reassessment and passed, you will graduate with the higher of the two awards.

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