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i. The Examinations Committee may require a student to withdraw who does not pass at least three module credits in any two successive semesters of study.
ii. When reporting to Student Finance England or similar sponsor whether a student's progress is satisfactory, the following criteria will be used.
Each award has a normal length of full-time study as follows:
2 or 3 years*
Degree & Honours Degree
3 or 4 years*
4 or 5 years*
* The awards requiring the longer period are those with a year's placement. The normal full-time length for courses with a Foundation Stage is one year in addition to the above.
iii. A student may be required to withdraw from a module, which has prerequisite modules if she/he did not achieve at least 30% on the assessment of each prerequisite.
iv. A student may be required to withdraw from a level 5 or level 6 honours module that has level 4 prerequisite modules if she/he did not pass these modules.
v. A student who has failed to satisfy a specific subject requirement which is normally taken during a particular semester or stage of the course, may be required by the Examination Committee to satisfy that requirement before proceeding in this subject.
vi. A student who has not satisfactorily completed, after taking 3 times, a module which is a specific subject requirement may be required to withdraw from the course.
vii. No practice based module may be failed more than once and a student may not fail more than one such module. A student who does so will be required to withdraw from the course.
viii. Any module once passed cannot be retaken except when it has been awarded grade DR or ZR.