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Last year at University of Greenwich and it states the best of 90 credits is your overall grade. Does this include if the 4 15 credit courses are above the 60 credit course (project)?
would they take all the 15 credit courses and half the project grade to get the overall?

For example,
1 Project 55
2 15 credit 60
3 15 credit 65
4 15 credit 70
5 15 credit 70

p.s can anyone confirm if anyone has been graded this before?

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Last year at University of Greenwich and it states the best of 90 credits is your overall grade. Does this include if the 4 15 credit courses are above the 60 credit course (project)?
would they take all the 15 credit courses and half the project grade to get the overall?

For example,
1 Project 55
2 15 credit 60
3 15 credit 65
4 15 credit 70
5 15 credit 70

p.s can anyone confirm if anyone has been graded this before?

Thank for your responses.
https://docs.gre.ac.uk/__data/assets...rds-Sep-17.pdf states that degree classifications are calculated based on the aggregate of all modules in yr 2 and 3 (with a 20:80 split (with the 80 comprising the best 90 credits) or a 25:75 split whichever works out best)

They wont use partial module results - "the average of the best 90 credits of overall course grades in Stage 3" so if your 60 credit project is your lowest mark then the 80 part of the 20:80 split will be based on your full 120 credits for your final year (so 60.625%)
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https://docs.gre.ac.uk/__data/assets...rds-Sep-17.pdf states that degree classifications are calculated based on the aggregate of all modules in yr 2 and 3 (with a 20:80 split (with the 80 comprising the best 90 credits) or a 25:75 split whichever works out best)

They wont use partial module results - "the average of the best 90 credits of overall course grades in Stage 3" so if your 60 credit project is your lowest mark then the 80 part of the 20:80 split will be based on your full 120 credits for your final year (so 60.625%)
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https://docs.gre.ac.uk/__data/assets...rds-Sep-17.pdf states that degree classifications are calculated based on the aggregate of all modules in yr 2 and 3 (with a 20:80 split (with the 80 comprising the best 90 credits) or a 25:75 split whichever works out best)

They wont use partial module results - "the average of the best 90 credits of overall course grades in Stage 3" so if your 60 credit project is your lowest mark then the 80 part of the 20:80 split will be based on your full 120 credits for your final year (so 60.625%)
Well, the specification doesn't state it that the overall course grade can be split. Doesn't splitting the Project in half still count as an overall grade. We only counting the overall twice. I assume it counts as an overall grade, right?
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Well, the specification doesn't state it that the overall course grade can be split. Doesn't splitting the Project in half still count as an overall grade. We only counting the overall twice. I assume it counts as an overall grade, right?
You need to speak to someone who is an expert on the regulations of greenwich. Your school/faculty office or student records/registry office would normally be best.

Splitting credits would be unusual.
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