What do I need to get in my third year to get a first or a 2:1?

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I am terrible at maths!! My average for my second year is 63%. What do I need to get in my third year for a First or a 2:1?

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You need to tell us what each year is worth
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According to Falmouth's academic regulations, degree classifications are made based on one of two formulae. Either the weighted average of all marks received in the final year, or the weighted average of all marks received in second-year (33%) and the final year (67%). Whichever yields the best outcome:

3.33 In the case of a Bachelor’s degree with honours, where Falmouth University has
assessed all credit at stages 2 and 3 (Levels 5 and 6), either column A or column B below applies, whichever gives the better result. In the case of a placement year, the 120 Level 5 placement credits count towards the award but are not used in classification. Where Falmouth University has assessed only the credit at stage 3 (Level 6), the column A only applies. Where Falmouth University has assessed all credit at stage 3 (Level 6), and less than 120 credits at stage 2 (Level 5), the column A only applies.
A 1st is awarded at 70%, an upper-second class is awarded at 60%, a lower-second class is awarded at 50%, and a third is awarded at 40%.
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