Maybe you could say you got a tripple starred first if your subject has 1a, 1b and 2, or 1 2a and 2b, and you got starred firsts in all parts.
Or maybe if your subject had part 1 and part 2a and 2b, but you transfered to another subject after 2a which also had a 1 year part 2 (or even a 2 year part 2 would work), and you got starred firsts in all bits. This way you'd have starred firsts in part 1 and 2 of one subject, and a starred first in part 2 of a totally different subject.
Does anyone know if you get a first in part 1 and a 2.1 in part 2, can you still say you officially got a first in your degree?
Oh yeah, and technically, you could get a tripple starred first if you did your normal degree and got starred firsts in both parts, then delayed graduation so you could do part 2 in management, and got a starred first in management...when you graduate, you'd have done 3 full and separate parts, and have achived starred firsts in them all.