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Does anyone know how Greenwich uni release our final degree classification?
For example; do we receive an email saying your classification is a 2:1 or will they just release our individual grades for us to work out which classification we got? I’ve just finished my final year and just really anxious as we all are! When is our results day?
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Does anyone know how Greenwich uni release our final degree classification?
For example; do we receive an email saying your classification is a 2:1 or will they just release our individual grades for us to work out which classification we got? I’ve just finished my final year and just really anxious as we all are! When is our results day?
Just speak to your department. If you have all the grades and they dont give you the classification it should be straightforward for you to work it out yourself.
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Does anyone know how Greenwich uni release our final degree classification?
For example; do we receive an email saying your classification is a 2:1 or will they just release our individual grades for us to work out which classification we got? I’ve just finished my final year and just really anxious as we all are! When is our results day?
Hello,

Once the progression and awards boards have made their decisions on student progress and degree outcome which is usually the first week of July you should be able to access your results on the portal - student records - results letters. It's really easy to calculate your grade if you have all of your results from essays/exams you completed in May, I have also just finished my final year and this document helped a lot. GradeHub is also a great way to calculate your modules grade.

hope this helps

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Hello,

Once the progression and awards boards have made their decisions on student progress and degree outcome which is usually the first week of July you should be able to access your results on the portal - student records - results letters. It's really easy to calculate your grade if you have all of your results from essays/exams you completed in May, I have also just finished my final year and this document helped a lot. GradeHub is also a great way to calculate your modules grade.

hope this helps

Furtunà
Thank you so much will try out it!
Also do you know if Greenwich uni partakes in boderline classifications? So if your overall was a 67% it would be classed as a first rather than a 2:1?
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Thank you so much will try out it!
Also do you know if Greenwich uni partakes in boderline classifications? So if your overall was a 67% it would be classed as a first rather than a 2:1?
Hello

67% would be classed as 2:1
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