Explain these University grades?

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    What does the '-' mean in 1- or 2:1=?

    (I know this is in the wrong thread, sorry)

    (Original post by jamesdye05)
    What does the '-' mean in 1- or 2:1=?

    (I know this is in the wrong thread, sorry)
    If you don't get a reply, it's worth asking your uni directly

    It may well be how close you are to a grade boundary, eg. 2:1- means close to the bottom of the boundary. But it's worth asking your uni.

    I don't know for sure but i guess it means your boarder line like you got 69% instad of 70 for a first you might be offered a resit to bump that grade up
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