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    How do i calculate my classification my course is split 2nd year 25% and final year 75%

    second year i got 50% overall .

    my final year grades are triple weighted
    i got 65.61,65(predicted),60(predicted )

    what would i graduate with ?
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    average final is 63.5.

    so youd graduate with (50 * .25)+(63.5 * .75) = 60.125?
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    (Original post by kelefi)
    average final is 63.5.

    so youd graduate with (50 * .25)+(63.5 * .75) = 60.125?
    Would my classification be 2:1
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    it should be
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    (Original post by jaymekt)
    How do i calculate my classification my course is split 2nd year 25% and final year 75%

    second year i got 50% overall .

    my final year grades are triple weighted
    i got 65.61,65(predicted),60(predicted )

    what would i graduate with ?
    Your top 105 credits will be used to work out your classification, so averages don't really work here. Assuming 50% in your second year is your classification mark and not a simple average then it would be:

    0.5*25 = 12.5% second year

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    0.6314*75 = 47.36% third year
    ( (65+65+65+65+61+61+60)/7 )

    =

    59.85% classification

    which is just about a 2:1 because
    a 2:1 is 59.5%-69.5%,
    but ofcourse that depends on your second year being a classification mark
 
 
 
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