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    (Apologies if this isn't the correct forum for this question!)

    Overall in my second year I got 64%, which is disappointing, I was forced to take modules I wasn't interested in. But so far in third year, my assessments have all been 70 or 71%, is it possible for me to graduate with a first overall if I keep working at this standard in third year? Or will I just end up with a high 2:1?

    I believe second year is only worth 30%.

    If the 2nd year is 30%, with yours 64% you already got 19.2% toward your final mark. So in order to get a first with 70%, you need 72% in your final year.

    Check your student area (or portal, depends on how it's called at your uni), generally they enclose the formulas to calculate those thing.
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    You'll need to look in your unis handbook to be sure, but my guess is you'd be awarded a 1st if your module grades were mostly firsts in your third year.

    Yes, it is still possible. Good luck!

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