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Hey everyone,

I am in my second year of Chemistry degree and it is a hard one! I was wondering how many of you, or any statistical number for chemists, graduated with 1:1 degree? Of course, I am aiming for reaching it but I'll see how it goes. I assume 2:1 is not bad too...:curious:
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I did, if you put the work in it is quite doable. Also, a good grade in the final year project will help a lot.

Good luck!
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What is a 1:1? :shifty:

Last time I checked, the proportions of first class degrees was around the 20-25% region. HESA have these type of statistics :yes:
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(Original post by Studentik)
I was wondering how many of you, or any statistical number for chemists, graduated with 1:1 degree?
There is no such thing.
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It depends on the university.


Grade inflation has affected them very differently
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