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What do I need to get in order to graduate with a 1st or 2:1 watch

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    Hi, can someone help me with calculating my final year grades? In my second year, I had an overall of 69% for the year including over all of 66% in OM, 70% in RTTE, 65% in Synergy and 75% in TATC.

    This year so far I have received the following grades 65% (50% of a module), 62% (40% of a module) and 58% (40% module) my fourth unit is dissertation which is 30 credits.

    My university is using three methods to calculate the final grade Method 1 combines 25% of weighted average from Level 5 with 75% of weighted average from Level 6, Method 2 combinates 75% of weight average from Level 6 with 25% of weight from Level 5 or Method 3 only utilises marks from Level 6.
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    It depends on what the classification rules are for your university. Year weightings, whether there are any waived credits, whether credit weighting is applied etc.
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    Once you know the things that amihalo has specified, try using a site like gradestracker to give you an idea of what you need to achieve, all the way down to each assignment, based on goal grades that you input.
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