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hello there

i just completed my master's degree at WBS (Warwick Business School) at Marketing and Strategy which quite an experience I can say given the whole pandemic situation in the middle of our academic year.

so my grades came out like some days ago and managed to get a weighted average of 73.125 which I presume is a distinction. my question is if this great is supposed to be a good one or it is considered low. i don't know much about how master's degrees grades are considered later by the employers. that being said, I did my very best with all the ups and downs and I'm very proud of the result.. just wanted to see if my final outcome is actually good and competitive in terms of employement

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