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    I've heard that in LSE you can leave out a lowest module grade to count in your final grade for graduation - is it true?? Very sadly I got two 2:2 results out of 4 modules on my second year, with all four 2:1s on my first year. How does that make my final year? What grade do I need to obtain on my third year result in order to get an overall 2:1 qualification?
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    Google it.

    But if you get 4 2:1s and a 55 average across all modules you graduate with a 2.1. Alternately 5 2:1s and pass the rest of your units to grad with a 2.1.
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    The regulations considering degree classification are on the lse calendar website.

    But generally it works in the manner:
    Three best from year one count as one module for degree classification purposes
    each module from your second and third year counts as one module for calculation
    so in total you have 9 grades

    Your final degree classification is such that for a 2:1 you will need 5 2:1 module results (or higher obv) or if u get 4 2:1s then your aggregate marks need to be at least some score (not sure look it up).
 
 
 
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