Ive been on Unigrade calc and loads of other websites but still can't figure out how to work it out! I really ficked up in my second year and i'm trying desperately to work out what I need to get a 1st or a 2:1.
At Bradford Uni the following applies;
1st year worth nothing
2nd year worth 20%
3rd year worth 80%
We have to study 120 credits in a year and the worst 20 credits are dropped from the calculation of the degree classification calculator. So we only really have 100 credits that count.
The Management accounting module I scored 35% will be dropped as I got a compensated pass.
This is 2nd Years Results.....
SEM1 (A) + MAN0405M Financial Management 51.0 (P) 10.00
SEM1 (A) + MAN0802M Psychology at Work 56.0 (P) 10.00
SEM1 (A) + MAN2011M Business Law 57.0 (P) 10.00
SEM1 (A) + MAN2012L Employability and Enterprise 65.0 (P) 20.00
SEM1 (A) + MAN2907L Financial Accounting 51.0 (P) 20.00
SEM1 (A) + MAN2908L Management Accounting 35.0 (CP) 20.00
SEM2 (A) + MAN0115M Company Law and Admin 45.0 (P) 10.00
SEM2 (A) + MAN2909M Capital Markets 48.0 (P) 10.00
SEM2 (A) + MAN2910M Personal Finance 55.0 (P) 10.00
Thanks in advance!
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- Thread Starter
- 16-09-2015 14:15
- 16-09-2015 18:25
Your second year has given you 10.88% towards your final degree classification.
Assuming you need 70% overall for a first (my uni doesn't use percentages, so I'm going by the standard ones), you would need an average of 73.9% in your third year to get a first. To get a 2.1 (assuming it is 60%) you would need an average of 61.4% in your third year.
Your average for second year is 54.4% (not including your 20 management accounting credits that don't count), so you have quite a bit of work to do in order to pull up your grades and get a 2.1 or a first.
- Thread Starter
- 17-09-2015 11:59
Its 58% to get a 2:1 and 68% to get a first. How does this change the figures?
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- 17-09-2015 12:09