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    YEAR TWO: 67.8333 total

    I already know the results for two of my modules.

    YEAR 3:

    Module 1: final grade 63.5/64(20 credits)

    Module 2: final grade 76.8/77 (20 credits) -

    (I read the uni marking criteria and .5 grades are rounded up apparantly)

    Module 3: partial result 64.5 - 30% of grade, awaiting 70% exam result (20 credits)

    Module 4: partial result 55 - 30% of grade, awaiting 70% exam result (20 credits)

    Module 5: dissertation - awaiting results (40 credits).

    My year 2 and 3 weighting is 1:2

    EDIT: Sorry typo in title. Auto correct.
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    (Original post by ozzy12)
    YEAR TWO: 67.8333 total

    I already know the results for two of my modules.

    YEAR 3:

    Module 1: final grade 63.5/64(20 credits)

    Module 2: final grade 76.8/77 (20 credits) -

    (I read the uni marking criteria and .5 grades are rounded up apparantly)

    Module 3: partial result 64.5 - 30% of grade, awaiting 70% exam result (20 credits)

    Module 4: partial result 55 - 30% of grade, awaiting 70% exam result (20 credits)

    Module 5: dissertation - awaiting results (40 credits).

    My year 2 and 3 weighting is 1:2

    EDIT: Sorry typo in title. Auto correct.
    See the attached - I've splite modules 3 and 4 into 2 parts (one each for the complete section and one each for the outstanding exams).

    I've put in the sort of grades you need from your dissertation and the exams from Module 3&4 but you can play about with those to see what affect it has on your overall percentage.

    Check your course handbook to see if there are any other rules around classifications - some universities will have a verbal viva if you're within a certain percentage of a grade boundary, others will bump up anyone within a percent of the boundary, some will insist that you have a certain number of credits above a grade boundary to get a certain classification.
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    See the attached - I've splite modules 3 and 4 into 2 parts (one each for the complete section and one each for the outstanding exams).

    I've put in the sort of grades you need from your dissertation and the exams from Module 3&4 but you can play about with those to see what affect it has on your overall percentage.

    Check your course handbook to see if there are any other rules around classifications - some universities will have a verbal viva if you're within a certain percentage of a grade boundary, others will bump up anyone within a percent of the boundary, some will insist that you have a certain number of credits above a grade boundary to get a certain classification.
    Thank you so much man! This was really helpful I owe you big time!

    Edit: you put 67 for module 2 instead of 77 but its okay, I changed it. But again, thank you so much!
 
 
 
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