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How do I redo a course?
Students are permitted one registration and one re-registration in each individualized study course. You may re-register in an undergraduate course provided you are eligible to register in the current revision and that you have not previously re-registered in the course. If the current course revision has changed from your original registration, you will be required to pay the learning resources fee.
In order to carry forward any completed coursework, you must first obtain written approval from the course professor/course coordinator. Approval to carry forward completed coursework is at the discretion of the course professor/coordinator. To carry the results forward, you must re-register in the course within one year from the course contract end date of your original registration.
More information on re-registration can be found in the AU Policy Manual.
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