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# What do I need for a first? watch

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1. Presuming I achieve one of the following 62/63/64/65% in total in my second year what will I need in my third year to get a first?

The weighing are as follows

2nd Year = 1/3
3rd Year = 2/3

Also if I get say, 69.33 will this be rounded to 70? Or is that not how it works?

Lastly, I am doing a law degree so how hard is it in reality to pull one of those numbers up in third year to achieve a first? Also the reason my mark is going to be so low is because of my Land Law exam which I got 38 on My other marks for this semester have been solid 2:1s and I am aiming for all firsts in my second semester.
2. (210-A)/2 = B

A is your first year and B is your second year %

Put in your first year % as A and you will get B which is the minimum you need for a first

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