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    I'm studying physiotherapy I'm in the second year and going off my marks so far am I heading for a 2.2? The second year contributed 25% I think and I've been getting from 50% to 58% in modules so far. Is the degree classifications as simple as this, just taking average of your module marks for the year? I don't understand how it works fully
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    I'm studying physiotherapy I'm in the second year and going off my marks so far am I heading for a 2.2? The second year contributed 25% I think and I've been getting from 50% to 58% in modules so far. Is the degree classifications as simple as this, just taking average of your module marks for the year? I don't understand how it works fully
    That's the basic idea... the fine detail varies from uni to uni - so see the academic regulations on the uni website.
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    basically yes, but some things are weighted more heavily than others

    for example you have one module which is 10 credits and one module which is 20 credits... the score you get in the 20 credit module counts for double the score the in 10 credit module
 
 
 
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