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I have completed my master course in English Language and Linguistics and today I received the final results which have been ratified. I was awarded the degree with pass, but my average mark for the whole course is 59.4, so close to a merit award. Is there any chance my mark can be considered to be round up to merit level? A degree with merits means so much to me as I need it for promotion of my job.
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You need to look at your course handbook/degree regulations. That will explain how marks are worked out.
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(Original post by Linh1531995)
I have completed my master course in English Language and Linguistics and today I received the final results which have been ratified. I was awarded the degree with pass, but my average mark for the whole course is 59.4, so close to a merit award. Is there any chance my mark can be considered to be round up to merit level? A degree with merits means so much to me as I need it for promotion of my job.
Hi there

Well done for passing your Masters in English Language and Linguistics and gaining a 59.4 grade. Yes you're really close to a Merit. From what I believe there is no automatic rounding up marks to a higher grade. I can check for you if you DM me your student ID number.

Many thanks

Kim
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