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I have an average of 52.58 in my 2nd year, will i be able to graduate with a 2:1? Watch

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    I study Criminology at Swansea University
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    yes i had similar. just work your butt off
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    Yes, it is doable. Look at how much your final year is worth relative to your second year and set yourself a goal. If it's a 40:60 split you need about 65% to get a 2.1. Definitely doable. Look at your results and identify problem areas, develop strategies to overcome them and then implement those strategies and you should have a good shot at a 2.1.
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    Thank you very much!
 
 
 
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