is 2:2 MSc worst than 2:1 BSc?Watch
MScs (apart from integrated ones) aren't classified using the undergraduate system, but are graded as fail, pass, merit, or distinction. Masters degrees are more demanding than BScs generally, but ideally you'd try to get at least a merit.
I see thanks. So how bad is a pass in MSc compared to a 2:1 in BSc. Does this means the student have perform worst and not suitable for any job after? I have no work experience but got a degree with 2:1 and a job offer for a band 5 software development role in NHS. is it worth going ahead with the job and do a MSc part-time? Or do a full-time degree MSc full-time straight after a BSc.