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    I am currently on my fourth year of my MSci Mathematics course. In the first three years I averaged 85, 81, 72 so currently on a first. If I obtain a score in my fourth year which brings down my grade to a 2:1, does this mean when I apply for work, I can tell them I obtained a first in my bachelors and a 2:1 in masters or just a 2:1 overall? How does this work? Is my question clear or do I have to go into more detail?
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    (Original post by tempaccount123)
    I am currently on my fourth year of my MSci Mathematics course. In the first three years I averaged 85, 81, 72 so currently on a first. If I obtain a score in my fourth year which brings down my grade to a 2:1, does this mean when I apply for work, I can tell them I obtained a first in my bachelors and a 2:1 in masters or just a 2:1 overall? How does this work? Is my question clear or do I have to go into more detail?
    Another way to ask that question is: Does my course consist of two parts, a Bachelor and a Master or the whole thing is just one MSci Mathematics?
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    Because its an integrated programme you won't be able to havehave:

    Bsc: 1st
    MSc: 2.1

    The 4th year is part of the whole package
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    Thanks, that really answered my question.

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