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    Hi, I've received my marks for my 4 modules in second year. My marks are 62, 63, 56 and a 40. Could anyone tell me what grade classification this is? 2.2, 2.1 etc. Thanks
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    (Original post by Geeeb123)
    Hi, I've received my marks for my 4 modules in second year. My marks are 62, 63, 56 and a 40. Could anyone tell me what grade classification this is? 2.2, 2.1 etc. Thanks
    Are they 30 credits each?
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    Are they 30 credits each?
    Yeh they are
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    (Original post by Geeeb123)
    Yeh they are
    In that case by my reckoning they come out at 55.25% which is a 2:2. Don't be afraid to to ask for extra help from your tutors to see where you are going wrong. For the future all you need to do is add the module scores up and divide by the number of modules.
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    In that case by my reckoning they come out at 55.25% which is a 2:2. Don't be afraid to to ask for extra help from your tutors to see where you are going wrong. For the future all you need to do is add the module scores up and divide by the number of modules.
    Oh ok thanks for that! And yeh definately I know where my mistakes were so will look to improve on those for next year and also get more help from lecturers. :crossedf::crossedf:

    If you don't mind I have another question following on from this as you seem to be the only person replying to my post
    With the overall mark achieved this year how many marks will be needed to obtain a First in third year (big step I know) second year being 20% of the degree and final year 80%?
 
 
 
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