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adilmorrison
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I'm a bit of an idiot and can't work out how my degree is weighted in percentage terms i.e. how much my first year, second year, etc are worth in terms of my final degree.

Here is how it's weighted:

Classification will be based in the first instance on a consideration of the mean of the 11.5 units of assessment, averaged for each year and to be weighted 1 : 3 : 5: 5 , as follows:
e) Year 1: 1
f) Year 2: 3
g) Year 3: 5
h) Year 4: 5

Can someone help me please?
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wanderlust.xx
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If I'm not mistaken, it should be

\dfrac{y_1 + 3y_2 + 5y_3 + 5y_4}{14} > x Where y1...4 are your average scores for each respective year and your x is what you want to get, like say you want a first then you'd put in 70.

I could be totally wrong. There are far cleverer people here who could answer it way better.
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