Can I receive Repeat Teaching if I deferred my assessment(s)?
Repeat Teaching is only granted if you can demonstrate long-term extenuating circumstances that impacted you during the academic year and prevented you engaging with or benefitting from the teaching the first time around. If you defer your assessment(s) because of circumstances that are "sudden, unforeseen, outside of your control and proximate to an assessment" then you would not usually be eligible for Repeat Teaching. However, deferral does not preclude you from applying if you feel you have a particularly strong case.
Can I receive Repeat Teaching for a passed course?
No, if you have passed a course, you cannot attempt any element of assessment again and you are not eligible to receive Repeat Teaching for this unit.
If I am granted Repeat Teaching can I resit a component of assessment I've already passed?
No, if you have previously passed any assessment component(s) for a course you are granted Repeat Teaching in, these marks will be banked and you cannot reattempt them. You can only attempt any assessments you have previously deferred or failed, provided you have attempts remaining.
Does receiving Repeat Teaching remove capping for failed courses?
No, if you receive Repeat Teaching for a course you have previously failed, the numerical mark you obtain will show on your transcript, however the course will be capped at pass for classification purposes.
Can I change courses as part of my Repeat Teaching application?
You may be eligible to request a course change when you apply for Repeat Teaching, particularly if your current course has been suspended or withdrawn. This will be subject to your programme regulations and you should discuss this with your Department Tutor or Programme Director in the first instance.
You cannot request to change a course via Repeat Teaching if you have already passed any of the assessment components of the course (such as a Lent Term exam or a summative essay).
The Repeat Teaching Panel will make the final decision about whether the Repeat Teaching course change can be approved.
How do I select my courses?
You do not select your courses. They are input for you based on the courses listed and approved on your Repeat Teaching application. Course selections will begin to be entered on your student record at the end of August, and only after your Repeat Teaching has been officially approved (if you opted to sit assessments in the Undergraduate In-year Resit and Deferred Assessment Period (IRDAP).
If you wish to make any changes to the courses you have already had approved you must email your Departmental Tutor or Programme Director to gain permission for the change. The Repeat Teaching Panel will also need to approve any course change requests. Course changes will only be made in exceptional cases and only whilst the course selection window is open. Once the course selection window closes, no changes will be made. It is not possible to change courses if you have previously passed any of the assessment components of the course (such as a Lent Term exam or a summative essay).
Can I apply for Repeat Teaching in just some of my outstanding units?
To be eligible for Repeat Teaching you must demonstrate long-term extenuating circumstances that impacted you during the academic year and prevented you engaging with or benefitting from the teaching the first time around. We would therefore expect that these circumstances will have affected all of your units and would generally advise that you receive Repeat Teaching in all outstanding units. If you do not wish to, you should explain clearly on your request why you don’t need Repeat Teaching for all units.
You will be If you have automatically re-entered for all your outstanding assessments, even if you are not granted Repeat Teaching in all outstanding units. Full details regarding this process are available on the re-entry webpage. Note that you are only eligible to receive teaching in courses that you have formally been granted Repeat Teaching in so will not be permitted to attend classes without Repeat Teaching being granted.