Undertaking reassessment without attendance means you won’t be able to proceed to your next year of study until you have successfully undertaken your reassessment, which at the earliest would be at the start of the 2023-24 academic year. This means you will be classed as ‘intermitting’ and will not be able to attend any classes. Whilst intermitting you will automatically be registered as a partially registered student and will have access to all facilities including MyEssex, your email and the Library.
Reassessments without attendance are undertaken as capped resits, meaning your marks will be capped at 40, unless you have been granted a ‘First Sit’.
In your Board of Examiners outcome email, you may have been offered the opportunity to mix and match your reassessment in the next Academic Year.
This is due to some of your modules not being available to study part-time in the next academic year, meaning we were unable to offer you the opportunity to repeat all of your failed modules on a part-time basis.
However, where it is possible to repeat some of your failed modules part-time, these will have been listed in your Board of Examiners outcome email.
If you choose to undertake these listed modules on a part-time basis, you will still need to undertake reassessment without attendance in your other failed modules. Before making this decision we strongly advise you read our information on repeating modules on a part-time basis.
If you would like to repeat your available modules on a part-time basis whilst undertaking reassessment without attendance in your other failed modules, please email email@example.com as soon as possible and no later than Wednesday 5 October to let us know that this is your chosen outcome.
If you have been offered reassessment in both failed current year modules and failed modules you have previously trailed into the current academic year, it is important to note that all trailed reassessment will be undertaken by January 2023 but will not be ratified until the Summer meeting of the Board of Examiners, and any further reassessment offered will take place in the Summer reassessment period.
Before selecting this outcome, we urge all students to read the important information below:
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.
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.
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.
In the 2022-23 academic year we will be returning to holding in-person examinations for the majority of our modules, although some may remain remote. Details on whether a module will be holding in-person or remote examinations can be found on the Module Directory.
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.
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.
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.
Despite being a partially registered student, you will still have access to:
As you will be registered as ‘intermitting’, you will not be eligible for a tuition fee loan or maintenance loan from Student Finance England and would need to fund your own reassessment fees and living costs.
If you have a place in University accommodation for the next academic year, unfortunately you won’t be allowed to retain it because you’ll be classed as intermitting for the year. To discuss this, and to get your deposit refunded, please contact the Accommodation Office in the Student Services Hub.
If you have a Tier 4 or Student Route visa, please see our immigration webpages to determine what impact your Board of Examiners outcome may have on your visa and your eligibility to apply for the Graduate Route if that is your intention once you have completed your studies.