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1. HELLO!

I have a course where a presentation weighs 20% and the rest is the exam mark.

If someone got 25 marks more (out of 100) in the presentation, and we got the same mark in the exams, how much will his final mark be more than mine?

thanks!
2. 1 mark difference

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3. You're studying engineering...... and considering jobs in IB or consulting............ wow

But yes, 1 mark.
4. They got 25% higher in something worth 20% of a module so they'll get 5% more than you overall.
5. Ha! That's what I calculated but the person above says 1 mark. And he's being also a prick.
6. (Original post by Speckle)
You're studying engineering...... and considering jobs in IB or consulting............ wow

But yes, 1 mark.
(Original post by dean01234)
They got 25% higher in something worth 20% of a module so they'll get 5% more than you overall.
Ha! That's what I calculated but the person above says 1 mark.
7. will anyone reply for 100% sure???
8. (Original post by studos)
will anyone reply for 100% sure???
What else do you want to know?

20% of 25 = 5%

20% of 5 = 1 mark
9. Why do you take the 20% two times?
10. (Original post by UWS)
What else do you want to know?

20% of 25 = 5%

20% of 5 = 1 mark
Why do you take the 20% two times?
11. I got serious advice that it's 5 marks. Wtf are you talking about?

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