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# Calculating third year mark

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Hi there,

I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me calculate what overall mark/s I would need in my final year to achieve a 2:1 and a first.

My degree is weighted 15

First year mark: 64
Second year mark: 66.63

Appreciate any help, thanks!
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**ACCIDENTALLY POSTED IN WRONG FORUM

Hi there,

I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me calculate what overall mark/s I would need in my final year to achieve a 2:1 and a first.

My degree is weighted 1/3/5
First year mark: 64
Second year mark: 66.63

Appreciate any help, thanks!
Assuming that you aren't with the OU you need 60% for a 2(I)

Currently you have 7.111.... From your first year and 22.21 from your second year meaning that you need 30.67888.... To account from your last year. (Round this up to 31)
Thus if you achieve 55.8% in your last year you get a 2(I)

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