What do I need to achieve my final year degree grade classification?

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    How do I work out the average of my second year, although now I am In my final year. Purpose of asking this is how much do I need to get a 2:1 or above!
    My second year results are 62,72,68,58,60,49 all of them are 20 credits! My final year has 1 dissertation worth 40 credits out of 120 and the rest 20 credits out of 5 modules (final year). The 6th module obviously counts from my second year. I want to know how much do I need to get at least a 2.1 or a first if someone can work it out please reply back as soon as possible so at least then it will my motive to work as hard as I can in my final part of the degree... so how much do I need this year from the results from my second year! An average of?
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