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I started uni in 2014 and I am graduating this year (undergraduate).

I assumed the final degree classification is calculated as:
(Top 6 L5 grades/6) x 25%.
(Top 6 L6 grades/6) x 75%.
Result of 25% and 75% added together.

I have heard otherwise from students who started later so can someone confirm this for me please?
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http://unigradecalc.com/

This website is awesome for calculating degree/module results with different weightings

First column = your grade out of 100 (basically a percentage)
Second column = the weighting of the assessment e.g. Exam worth 75% of your grade
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Thanks, I've seen this but I need clarification on the way the uni counts the credits.
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Thanks, I've seen this but I need clarification on the way the uni counts the credits.
What University do you attend?
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(Original post by hamzaahmad786)
I started uni in 2014 and I am graduating this year (undergraduate).

I assumed the final degree classification is calculated as:
(Top 6 L5 grades/6) x 25%.
(Top 6 L6 grades/6) x 75%.
Result of 25% and 75% added together.

I have heard otherwise from students who started later so can someone confirm this for me please?
Heya, this would depend on your course, but yes, most people I know (I also started in 2014) have this classification. Does your course maybe have a Student Handbook or something similar?
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Heya, this would depend on your course, but yes, most people I know (I also started in 2014) have this classification. Does your course maybe have a Student Handbook or something similar?
Not sure but it's a business course. This is what I was told how it's worked out.
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Not sure but it's a business course. This is what I was told how it's worked out.
Well if that's what you were told by the course I'm sure it's right! I assume you're in the Hertfordshire Business School? I checked through Studynet to see if I could find some kind of Business School specific student handbook, but I've not seen anything. That could be just because I'm not a business student, though.
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