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I am studying BSc Psychology with Neuroscience at Middlesex University and am currently towards the end of second year. I was just wondering how much of the 2nd and 3rd year would go towards my final degree. I would really appreciate the help if anyone knows.
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I am studying BSc Psychology with Neuroscience at Middlesex University and am currently towards the end of second year. I was just wondering how much of the 2nd and 3rd year would go towards my final degree. I would really appreciate the help if anyone knows.
Second Year is usually 1/3 of your overall degree. Third year is worth 2/3
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It totally depends and you need to check your department handbook to clarify.
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It varies considerably depending on what degree you are on and where you are studying. Usually third year is weighted more than second year, but the exact proportion can vary, and at some unis they may be weighted equally. As advised above, you should refer to your department/course handbook and/or check with your personal tutor/director of studies.
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Second Year is usually 1/3 of your overall degree. Third year is worth 2/3
what about 1st?
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what about 1st?
First-year usually either doesn't count or has like ~5% weighting. Depends on the uni though.
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what about 1st?
The first doesn't count towards degree. U just have to pass it to get to second year.
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It varies considerably depending on what degree you are on and where you are studying. Usually third year is weighted more than second year, but the exact proportion can vary, and at some unis they may be weighted equally. As advised above, you should refer to your department/course handbook and/or check with your personal tutor/director of studies.
Yes, I have tried looking in all the leaflets and handbooks they gave us... Doesn't say it there. But I have emailed my Pt.. He should get back to me once he is back from the easter break 😊
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I am studying BSc Psychology with Neuroscience at Middlesex University and am currently towards the end of second year. I was just wondering how much of the 2nd and 3rd year would go towards my final degree. I would really appreciate the help if anyone knows.
At my uni it’s about 40% but first year counted too
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Middlesex uni calculation guide:

https://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/__data/asse...ation-2013.pdf
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