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    Hello,

    I have recieved all my grades for my master program. Below is the data:

    - 55
    - 65
    - 64
    - 79
    - 86
    - 54
    - 64
    - 80
    - 64

    = 611/900 total score for 9 modules= 67.88%

    My question now I have scored 54 in dissertation. I am still waiting for the feedback.

    But my overall average is 67.88%, would that secure me a merit? or where do I stand now???

    Thanks in advance.
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    Hello Sirohi,

    With regards to grades that you have achieved and what your final grade may be, I would contact your faculty directly as they will hold specific information regarding this, and would be able to advise you in more detail. If you provide the course you are studying I can provide you with their contact details if you wish?

    Thanks

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    70+ is distinction or a first is your going for classification
    so you would be sat at a merit
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    (Original post by UniofGreenwich)
    Hello Sirohi,

    With regards to grades that you have achieved and what your final grade may be, I would contact your faculty directly as they will hold specific information regarding this, and would be able to advise you in more detail. If you provide the course you are studying I can provide you with their contact details if you wish?

    Thanks

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    Hello,

    Thanks you for taking the time to reply. I have spoken to the program leader and he says it is a high merit. My personal tutor told me that if I am close to borderline distinction, there is a chance I can achieve that. He said that he has spoken to my program leader and will make a good reference for me if my course leader and program leader make a case for me with the PAB.

    I am now anxious as I have 67.88%. The borderline for distinction is 69% will I qualify still. I have above 70% in 3 core modules. Should I be getting my hopes up???
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    prob a decent merit. I assume each of those is weighted differently
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    (Original post by sirohi)
    Hello,

    Thanks you for taking the time to reply. I have spoken to the program leader and he says it is a high merit. My personal tutor told me that if I am close to borderline distinction, there is a chance I can achieve that. He said that he has spoken to my program leader and will make a good reference for me if my course leader and program leader make a case for me with the PAB.

    I am now anxious as I have 67.88%. The borderline for distinction is 69% will I qualify still. I have above 70% in 3 core modules. Should I be getting my hopes up???
    Hello,

    I would suggest that you again discuss this with the course leader or your personal tutor as they will have the specific information regarding the borderlines. Whilst we can offer you overall advice in this case I would suggest speaking with them and discussing this issue.

    Once again, thanks for the contact.

    Joshua
 
 
 
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