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1. Hey guy,
Just a quick question, how many distinctions would I need out of 18 topic to get a overall DDD?
Any information is much appreciated.

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3. 6 d
12 m
4. [QUOTE=yt7777;63694691]6 d
12 m[/QUOTE

Are you sure about that? Seems pretty low
5. (Original post by Danny07)

Are you sure about that? Seems pretty low
Thats the lowest amount of distinctions that you can get for DDD

Yeah 100% sure, DDD requires 1500-1529 BTEC points

D = 90, M=80 based on 10 credit units

6 * 90 = 540
12 * 80 = 960

540+960= 1500
6. (Original post by yt7777)
Thats the lowest amount of distinctions that you can get for DDD

Yeah 100% sure, DDD requires 1500-1529 BTEC points

D = 90, M=80 based on 10 credit units

6 * 90 = 540
12 * 80 = 960

540+960= 1500
Cheers mate, really appreciate this.
7. (Original post by Danny07)
Cheers mate, really appreciate this.
No worries

P=70

and

D*DD = 1530-1559
D*D*D = 1560-1589
D*D*D* = 1590- 1620

if you wanted to work out some different grade combinations
8. (Original post by yt7777)
No worries

P=70

and

D*DD = 1530-1559
D*D*D = 1560-1589
D*D*D* = 1590- 1620

if you wanted to work out some different grade combinations
Thanks again. Anyway, did you do applied science?
9. (Original post by Danny07)
Thanks again. Anyway, did you do applied science?
No worries, nope I did IT

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