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    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961)]Hi all,[/COLOR]
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    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961)]For plenty of irrelevant reasons, I only got 57% average in my second year. Second year is worth 40% and third year is worth 60%. Third year so far I have completed three assignments and got 64%, 72%, and 70%. I have three assignments left.[/COLOR]
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    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.701961)]My question is what would I have to average in 3rd year to get a 1st.[/COLOR]
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    Not sure what happened up there... Sorry
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    Hi all,

    For plenty of irrelevant reasons, I only got 57% average in my second year. Second year is worth 40% and third year is worth 60%. Third year so far I have completed three assignments and got 64%, 72%, and 70%. I have three assignments left.

    My question is what would I have to average in 3rd year to get a 1st.

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    I think that right now your grade is 64.2?? Someone correct me if I'm wrong, I'm an English student after all and not the greatest at maths.

    You're not even averaging a first in your third year right now. How many more assignments do you have to complete?

    I'm going to say that it's unlikely you'll get a first overall, but you should achieve a 2:1.

    Even if you get a 72 for the next 3 assignments (I'm going to assume that's how many you have left...?) You'll JUST make 70 for this year.

    A 2:1 is very respectable. From my (admittedly shaky calculations) I think you'd need to average a 77.2 for the rest of the semester. Not going to lie, with your previous grades, this is highly improbable.
 
 
 
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