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1. Maths to me is like learning German...

What do I need to do in order to work out my module marks so far?

Everything is marked out of 100.

For example I got 77 percent and the test was worth 25 percent of my overall grade?

What percentage did I get? (I could do with the sum so I can work out my other module marks -.-)

Thanks!
2. Your module mark is 77%. Your current overall percentage is 0.25*0.77*100%=19.25%.
3. (Original post by urbanlocations)
Maths to me is like learning German...

What do I need to do in order to work out my module marks so far?

Everything is marked out of 100.

For example I got 77 percent and the test was worth 25 percent of my overall grade?

What percentage did I get? (I could do with the sum so I can work out my other module marks -.-)

Thanks!
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4. (Original post by Shiv is Light)

"Cringes face" I am at university! LOL
5. (Original post by urbanlocations)
"Cringes face" I am at university! LOL
6. (Original post by urbanlocations)
Maths to me is like learning German...

What do I need to do in order to work out my module marks so far?

Everything is marked out of 100.

For example I got 77 percent and the test was worth 25 percent of my overall grade?

What percentage did I get? (I could do with the sum so I can work out my other module marks -.-)

Thanks!
Just multiply the proportions of marks that you get. eg. the proportion you have of the total is (0.77)(0.25) = 0.1925 or 19.25%. 25% is the most marks that you can get in the test and you got 77% in the test so to get your marks as a percentage of the total you just take 77% of 25%.

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