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Hi,

I am studying law with Spanish (75% law, 25% Spanish).
I was wondering if anyone knows how to work out percentages needed to achieve a 2:2, 2:1, 1 etc...?
im in my final year, so I just want to know how much I need to score per module in order to obtain a 2:1.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
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70%+ is 1:1
59%+ is 2:1
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(Original post by Piruleta1995)
Hi,

I am studying law with Spanish (75% law, 25% Spanish).
I was wondering if anyone knows how to work out percentages needed to achieve a 2:2, 2:1, 1 etc...?
im in my final year, so I just want to know how much I need to score per module in order to obtain a 2:1.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
It will depend on the weighting of each module you take .... you need to ask your own uni about this if it is not clear from the handbook
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(Original post by Piruleta1995)
Hi,

I am studying law with Spanish (75% law, 25% Spanish).
I was wondering if anyone knows how to work out percentages needed to achieve a 2:2, 2:1, 1 etc...?
im in my final year, so I just want to know how much I need to score per module in order to obtain a 2:1.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!
I honestly don't know why we get these threads...

Go find your course handbook/guidebook/whatever it's called
Open it
Go to the section where it says 'degree classification'
Read it

The criteria for each and every uni differ. Some unis will base your classification based on the average of all your modules. Others will allow you to get a classification by getting a certain number of module marks that fall within that classification in addition to a given average. The weighting given to years 2 and 3 will vary.
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I just couldn’t leave that first reply sitting there...
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I honestly don't know why we get these threads...

Go find your course handbook/guidebook/whatever it's called
Open it
Go to the section where it says 'degree classification'
Read it

The criteria for each and every uni differ. Some unis will base your classification based on the average of all your modules. Others will allow you to get a classification by getting a certain number of module marks that fall within that classification in addition to a given average. The weighting given to years 2 and 3 will vary.
thanks, but you weren't obliged to reply (:
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thanks, but you weren't obliged to reply (:
Correct answer: Thanks Master Papi for taking time out of your day to guide me, a woeful cretin, to wisdom and enlightenment
Wrong answer: anything else
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Correct answer: Thanks Master Papi for taking time out of your day to guide me, a woeful cretin, to wisdom and enlightenment
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lol whatever....
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(Original post by J Papi)
Correct answer: Thanks Master Papi for taking time out of your day to guide me, a woeful cretin, to wisdom and enlightenment
Wrong answer: anything else
The good thing about following you on TSR is that I can stalk your posts and learn new abusive terms. #Growth
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