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# Got a 2.2 in second year 55% watch

1. I got a 2.2 In second year and 3rd in 3rd year ! Last year is worth 60% what grades do i need to get a 2.1 is it even possible?
2. (Original post by Nunu786)
I got a 2.2 In second year and 3rd in 3rd year ! Last year is worth 60% what grades do i need to get a 2.1 is it even possible?
What are the weightings of second/third year?
3. No, it's not possible. Sorry.
4. (Original post by SeanFM)
What are the weightings of second/third year?
20%
5. (Original post by jambojim97)
No, it's not possible. Sorry.
Lol thanks
6. Assuming your second year was weighted 40% and your final year will be worth 60%, you're going to need to average 63.33% in third year to get a 2.1 overall
7. (Original post by Nunu786)
20%
Assuming it's 20% for both 2nd and 3rd year each, and you got 55 and 45, then you would need 66.7%+ to get a 2:1 overall. This comes from (0.2 * 55) + (0.2 * 45) + (4th year * 0.6) > 60, so 4th year * 0.6 > 40.
8. Or am I wrong about that, can you please break down what each year of your degree is worth so I can work it out?
9. (Original post by SeanFM)
Assuming it's 20% for both 2nd and 3rd year each, and you got 55 and 45, then you would need 66.7%+ to get a 2:1 overall. This comes from (0.2 * 55) + (0.2 * 45) + (4th year * 0.6) > 60, so 4th year * 0.6 > 40.
Thanks, got 47.6 in 3rd
10. (Original post by Nunu786)
Thanks, got 47.6 in 3rd
Then you need to average exactly 66% in final year to get a 2.1
11. (Original post by Nunu786)
Thanks, got 47.6 in 3rd
It'll take some serious work but (see above poster) it can be done.
12. You're averaging 51% at the moment. You'll need an average of 66% in your final year to achieve a 2.1

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