For example how many GCSE's? A-levels?
Also what is considered a good grade when passing an HNC, obviously a distinction overall but how many distinctions would be classed as good say with ten modules?
A good result in a HNC is probably considered to be an average of a merit in all units. BTW I got 2 x distinctions 6 x merits and 2 x passes.
What is your HNC in? Are you considering going to uni?
I have also just finished doing a-level maths, which I started as I planned to do a maths degree, but then I changed my mind cos I didn't think I would be able to hack it.
A couple of questions?
How old are you and when did you complete your HNC?
From a personal point of view I had 8 distinctions, 1 merit and a pass.
Then I decided that I hated the job and went to stack shelves at tesco until I start uni in september.
Hope this has been helpful to you, your results sound superb, thats way better than anyone on our course got, as I was in the top 3 or 4 people results wise.
What subject is yours in?
They are vocational qualifications usually studied part-time whilst working, though you can do them full time.
A HNC consists of 10 units of a certain level, if you do another 6 units at this same level (I think) then you get a HND.