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  • 6 year rule

    is it 4 years or 5?

    What does the specifically mean?
    Last edited by Asterix; 1, February 2009, 11:12 AM.
    3rd yr pharmacy student - bath

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    Re: 6 year rule

    this means, according to your uni regulation, you are entitled to 1- gap year, and 1 re-sitting year ( after failing a year), or to fail 2 years with no gap year.
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    • #3
      Re: 6 year rule

      Originally posted by Raoul View Post
      this means, according to your uni regulation, you are entitled to 1- gap year, and 1 re-sitting year ( after failing a year), or to fail 2 years with no gap year.
      so it only comes into effect if i fail a year?
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      • #4
        Re: 6 year rule

        Originally posted by Asterix View Post
        so it only comes into effect if i fail a year?
        NO, you have the option to take a gap year and do whatever you want.
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        • #5
          Re: 6 year rule

          Originally posted by Asterix View Post
          so it only comes into effect if i fail a year?
          All it means is you have maximum 6 years to complete your 4 years M. Pharm, whether you fail or take gap. If you cant finish within that time then you have to start from year 1.

          Shan
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            Re: 6 year rule

            Originally posted by shan View Post
            All it means is you have maximum 6 years to complete your 4 years M. Pharm, whether you fail or take gap. If you cant finish within that time then you have to start from year 1.

            Shan
            not that i intend to
            Last edited by Asterix; 1, February 2009, 11:12 AM.
            3rd yr pharmacy student - bath

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            • #7
              Re: 6 year rule

              are you expecting a reply on your latest post? i hope you are not!!
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              • #8
                Re: 6 year rule

                Originally posted by Asterix View Post
                so wait if i failed 2nd year, i would have 5 years right, not that i intend to
                Well, it depends on the University. I am sure your uni will have a department where they will explain in detail about this matter.

                Shan
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                • #9
                  Re: 6 year rule

                  Originally posted by shan View Post
                  Well, it depends on the University. I am sure your uni will have a department where they will explain in detail about this matter.

                  Shan
                  What about "accreditation for prior learning" -- the Uni's sometimes allow longer gaps and use this as a way of letting people come back sooner. I don't know whether it would be allowed in pharmacy mind, but its worth asking, and for other courses too.
                  ....just my opinion

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