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Re: Hi Alex

Posted by alexandra_k on May 4, 2019, at 20:31:29

In reply to Re: Hi Alex, posted by alexandra_k on May 4, 2019, at 20:19:42

I guess they will calculate my GPA properly this year.

I will inquire to make sure that they do (remind them that they calculated it incorrectly last year).

I will also say that while I was required to extend my enrolment for 2 months I was assured I had not been failed for my work in 2018 and I did not seek or accept limited full time status.

It seems to be par for the course that the University will extract maximum fees payment (3 semesters for MPhil or 7 semesters for PhD). In order to allow for this / prevent this I would have needed to have submitted my thesis after 3 months (to allow for 3 months grading, 6 months revise and resubmit). I still wouldn't have been granted completion within 1 calendar year, even, because there would still be 3 months grading and up to 2 1/2 months of changes before the harcopy was accepted by the University.

Nobody completes graduate research degrees in the minimum time.




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