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# REPEATING COURSES FOR A THIRD TIME

### Deadline and Submission Details:

The application period for access to courses offered in the Summer 2024 term will open on February 1st, 2024. The deadline to submit all documentation is **12:00 PM (noon)** on **May 3, 2024.** Late and incomplete applications will __ not__ be accepted.

Applications must be submitted by email to *math_advice@sfu.ca***. **

*Note*:*This application process cannot approve repeats in excess of the 5 repeat limit. If this 3rd attempt is also a 6th or more overall repeat, you must also receive permission from your faculty advisor by the deadline above. An application is not considered complete without this permission.*

#### General Information:

Students must complete and submit the **application form** if they want to take a MATH or MACM course for a third time. This application is not guaranteed approval. Please note that it is not always possible to have a repeat approved for the term directly subsequent the term in which you last attempted the course.

This application is not guaranteed approval. See below for reasons applications are often denied.

- You are on academic probation or have a low GPA.
- You are requesting a third attempt of MATH 100.
- You are requesting a repeat in order to raise your GPA.

- You are an undeclared student.
- Your intended graduation plan is not realistic.

- The repeat course is not required for your program.
- Your GPA has been in decline for several terms.
- Your grades in the term directly preceeding the "repeat term" are poor.
- There are other reasons which suggest you might struggle in the course.

Please make note of the policies for repeating courses here.