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    Ive been offered a place on a conditional offer and I need to get a DMM overall.
    Does that mean I need to get a Merit overall in one year, Merit overall in the 2nd and Distinction overall in the 3rd?
    My course is only 2 years and was just wondering how I could achieve a DMM in 2 years??
    The uni wouldnt have offered me a place if it was impossible to get right?

    I did a 90-credit last year, which was 10 units. I got a Merit overall.
    Im doing my extended diploma this year, which is 10 units again, im averaging at a Merit/Distinction borderline and expected to get a Distinction overall.

    Could someone break this down for me? Could I get onto the degree course??
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    (Original post by cwatson3)
    Ive been offered a place on a conditional offer and I need to get a DMM overall.
    Does that mean I need to get a Merit overall in one year, Merit overall in the 2nd and Distinction overall in the 3rd?
    My course is only 2 years and was just wondering how I could achieve a DMM in 2 years??
    The uni wouldnt have offered me a place if it was impossible to get right?

    I did a 90-credit last year, which was 10 units. I got a Merit overall.
    Im doing my extended diploma this year, which is 10 units again, im averaging at a Merit/Distinction borderline and expected to get a Distinction overall.

    Could someone break this down for me? Could I get onto the degree course??
    You get an overall grade at the end of the course, depending on what you get in each module. I got DDD overall for example as most of my modules I got distinction in and only a few merits (I think 2 in total). Ask your tutors however how they decide your final grade as it's changed since I did the course


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