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# What is my uni grade? Watch

1. In my first year of university I have achieved the following final grades: (I know it does not count towards your degree)

72.0 (P) (20 credits)
68.0 (P) (20 credits)
59.0 (P) (20 credits)
42.0 (P) (20 credits)
59.0 (P) (20 credits)

Also one more module that I have not got the final grade too.. But I am hoping for at least 60... How do I work out what classification it would be e.g 2.2

Pls don't laugh at my grades
2. Based on the results you have given, you've got an average of 60%, which is just a 2:1 (60+). Given that all your marks are equal credit weightings, you just need to add them up and divide by 5 to find the mean.
3. (Original post by AlesanaWill)
Based on the results you have given, you've got an average of 60%, which is just a 2:1 (60+). Given that all your marks are equal credit weightings, you just need to add them up and divide by 5 to find the mean.
Ahh I see!!! So I scraped a 2:1 -.-

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