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3.13 Follow-up and monitoring of students who have been awarded repeat registration and/or progression

The performance of students who have been awarded repeat registration or progression is monitored by Panel in the following academic year. Feedback may be requested from AAs and DTs during the year to help assess student performance. Students who are subject to monitoring will have the top of their LSE for You class regsiters highlighted in yellow. AAs are asked to comment on attendance, submission of course work and grades, and student contributions in class. In this context, liaison with class teachers may be important. This is a vital role of the AA, as the DT does not have easy access to this information.

If the student fails to demonstrate that they are taking the repeat teaching seriously, the panel can recommend that they are provisionally barred from their examinations. In exceptional cases the panel can request that the student has their registration terminated and are required to re-apply to the panel for teaching in the next academic session to be permitted to return to the School.

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