Are my grades going in the right direction?

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JessThomas6
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I'm just about to finish my second term of uni and second round of assessments for my modules, and I'm finding it really hard to know whether my grades are going in the right direction

Term 1:
Essay 1 - 64%
Group presentation 1 - 67%
Group Presentation 2 - 78%
Test 1 - 70%

Term 2:
Report - 69%
Essay 2 - 71%
Test 2 - 65% (I didn't do as much work for this as I should have done, I'll admit that)

I want to try and finish the three years with a first, and I'm not really sure if I'm improving or not because of the drop in my test grade (in the same module) but then general improvement in my other grades? Can anyone give some advice as I want to use Easter to prepare for my upcoming assignments (I have 7 more assignments due after the Easter break) and don't really know where I can go to boost the rest of my marks to finish this year with a first?
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(Original post by JessThomas6)
I'm just about to finish my second term of uni and second round of assessments for my modules, and I'm finding it really hard to know whether my grades are going in the right direction

Term 1:
Essay 1 - 64%
Group presentation 1 - 67%
Group Presentation 2 - 78%
Test 1 - 70%

Term 2:
Report - 69%
Essay 2 - 71%
Test 2 - 65% (I didn't do as much work for this as I should have done, I'll admit that)

I want to try and finish the three years with a first, and I'm not really sure if I'm improving or not because of the drop in my test grade (in the same module) but then general improvement in my other grades? Can anyone give some advice as I want to use Easter to prepare for my upcoming assignments (I have 7 more assignments due after the Easter break) and don't really know where I can go to boost the rest of my marks to finish this year with a first?
Not really sure what you want people to say really. Work hard, it looks like you've understood what is expected and how to study so that you do well. Also bear in mind that the grading of each assessment is subjective, marking criteria are different and indeed assessment styles are different. You have to prepare with those in mind.
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