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 What is the pass mark for a module?

The pass mark for an undergraduate module is 40%.  If there is more than one element, you must have submitted assessment in all elements to pass, although you do not need to have achieved a mark of 40% in each element.

If you are undertaking an accredited programme there may be programme-specific regulations.  This information will be provided in your programme handbook.  It is essential that you make yourself familiar with the necessary requirements to pass each module you undertake.

 I want to appeal against my result
Any appeal must be made within two weeks of the publication of the result or decision you wish to appeal.  The form and supporting evidence should be submitted to the Gateway at either City Campus or St Peter’s.  The Academic Appeals Procedure outlines the policy and process for lodging an appeal.  Impartial advice on the academic appeals procedure may be sought from the Academic Registry, or from the Student Union.