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Hi Everyone I could do with some help working out my Uni Degree Classification please,

My second year was worth 40% and I got:
-43 - 20 credits
-48 -20 credits
-40- 20 credits
-40- 20 credits
-40-20 credits
-40-20 credits

My third year is worth 60% and so far I have:

56- 20 credits
41 - credits
45- 20 credits (50% done, 50% exam to be done in May)

I am awaiting two more 20 credit module results, and my dissertation is worth 40 credits. I would please like to know how much I need to get a 2.2 please. Thank so much
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I've just popped this in University life for you
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Hi Everyone I could do with some help working out my Uni Degree Classification please,

My second year was worth 40% and I got:
-43 - 20 credits
-48 -20 credits
-40- 20 credits
-40- 20 credits
-40-20 credits
-40-20 credits

My third year is worth 60% and so far I have:

56- 20 credits
41 - credits
45- 20 credits (50% done, 50% exam to be done in May)

I am awaiting two more 20 credit module results, and my dissertation is worth 40 credits. I would please like to know how much I need to get a 2.2 please. Thank so much
The information you have given for your third year appears to be wrong or incomplete.

How many credits for the module in which you achieved 41? How many credits have you done so far and how many are remaining?

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Oh how I wish my uni was still doing a 40/60 split, we have a 20/80 split now which sucks because it means second year is basically worthless.

I'd say just nail that exam seems as you already have most of your results either in hand or pending. Also, so long as your dissertation comes back as at least a 2:2 and at least one of your 20cP modules comes back as a 2:2 you should just about scrape one.
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Third year is:

56-20 credits
41-20 credits
45- 20 credits (awaiting exam which is 50% of the module)
Another assignment due-20 credits
Dissertation-40 credits
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Third year is:

56-20 credits
41-20 credits
45- 20 credits (awaiting exam which is 50% of the module)
Another assignment due-20 credits
Dissertation-40 credits
According to my figures, you need about 55.5% in your final year to get an average of 50% overall. So far you are averaging 49.8%. This means you need around 59.5% over your remaining 70 credits/marks.

One thing to check is how your university awards degrees. As well as simple averages such as 50% = 2.2, many have methods of upgrading 'near misses'. For example, something along the lines of 'If within x% of a higher boundary then the higher class will be awarded if the candidate has y% of their final year modules in the higher band'.
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Ohh ok I understand thank you so much for you’re help I really do appreciate this
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Ohh ok I understand thank you so much for you’re help I really do appreciate this
Have you found out how your uni deals with 'near misses'? It will be in the degree regulations. Which uni is it?
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I haven’t actually checked, but it’s the University of Leicester
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I haven’t actually checked, but it’s the University of Leicester
The relevant document is Senate Regulation 5, but I can't see anything which would help you.

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