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    Looking at the way I'm going this year, I'll probably average about 58-60. I'm fully capable of getting a first, I'm just really lazy and I leave assignments to the last minute. I'm also incapable of revision.

    I was just wondering what my overall mark would need to be in third year in order for me to get a first class degree, with second year counting towards 30% of my course.

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by mct21)
    Looking at the way I'm going this year, I'll probably average about 58-60. I'm fully capable of getting a first, I'm just really lazy and I leave assignments to the last minute. I'm also incapable of revision.

    I was just wondering what my overall mark would need to be in third year in order for me to get a first class degree, with second year counting towards 30% of my course.

    Thanks!
    Assuming you get 60% for second year you would need 74% to get a 1st
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Assuming you get 60% for second year you would need 74% to get a 1st
    That's great, thank you so much
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    (Original post by scrotgrot)
    If you can't do a simple calculation like that for yourself it does worry me who they are letting into these unis
    There's literally no need to be an arse? What with the University offering more than one course of Mathematics, it's not necessary for me to be good at maths to attend a good University. Thank you for your input though. You seem fun.
 
 
 
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