With effect from the academic year 2015/16 the maximum mark which may be awarded at a repeat examination of an IT Online module will be the pass mark for that module, i.e. NUIG 40%.
Academic year 2015-2016:
- Capping applies to all postgraduate programmes commencing in September 2015.
- Capping does not apply to students who are taking Year 2 of a two year programme commencing in September 2015.
Academic year 2016-17:
- Capping applies to all years of taught postgraduate programmes commencing in September 2016.
- Capping applies to students who are returning to complete a taught postgraduate programme after having availed of a period of leave-of-absence, or other such gap in their studies, whether or not such leave was approved by the University.
Capping will apply in all cases, as outlined above, unless a deferral has been granted, see Section 9 of this document regarding the University's Deferral Application Procedures.
If you are not participating in a module, then you should drop-out from the module. If you do not do so, you will be seen as a repeat-student if you re-take the module. Then your grade will be capped.