If you do not pass a module at the first attempt or are allowed to retake coursework and/or exams following a successful Mitigating Circumstances claim, you may need or choose to be reassessed in a module.
Reassessments is the collective term for any time a student takes a module or assessment again, i.e. whether a resit or following a valid mitigating circumstances claim and as either a first or second attempt.
This is general guidance which is applicable for reassessment in the Next Academic Year (NAY) and the Special Assessment Period (SAP).
The process for Undergraduate (UG) and Postgraduate Taught (PGT) reassessment is different. Choose from the links below for tailored guidance based on your chosen programme level.