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    I'm trying to calculate my BA grade but I have few problems. Firstly, i did my degree over a period of ten years at two different universities - Roehampton and London Met. And secondly I have 90 surplus credits, Does anyone know if I get to select my best module results or should I take an average? Also, if I can select my best module results, am I able to exchange second year modules for third year modules? I achieved significantly better results for my third year. Hope someone has a clue because I don't.
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    (Original post by Arv0)
    I'm trying to calculate my BA grade but I have few problems. Firstly, i did my degree over a period of ten years at two different universities - Roehampton and London Met. And secondly I have 90 surplus credits, Does anyone know if I get to select my best module results or should I take an average? Also, if I can select my best module results, am I able to exchange second year modules for third year modules? I achieved significantly better results for my third year. Hope someone has a clue because I don't.
    What does your credit transfer include, its likely your grade is only based on 240 credits from the most recent uni.
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    I did 330 credits at Roehampton about ten years ago and 120 credits at London Met this year.
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    I did 330 credits at Roehampton about ten years ago and 120 credits at London Met this year.
    Then your degree classification will likely be based only on your 120 credits at London Met.

    Speak to your department office or your student records.registry team to find out how it will be calculated exactly. Every university and course will have their own calculation.
 
 
 
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