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I go to Portsmouth Uni and am confused about how they calculate our degrees. I study Creative Writing.

I read on here that one of their rules is that if 50% or more of your overall 2nd and 3rd year modules are 60% you would get a 2:1. Is this true?

Across 2nd and 3rd year, I have 10 modules and a dissertation. 6 of these modules are graded above 60%

Would our dissertation grade HAVE to be included in the overall grade we get?

(also how accurate is the Portsmouth Degree Calculator?)

Sorry for the messy rambling questions
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I go to Portsmouth Uni and am confused about how they calculate our degrees. I study Creative Writing.

I read on here that one of their rules is that if 50% or more of your overall 2nd and 3rd year modules are 60% you would get a 2:1. Is this true?

Across 2nd and 3rd year, I have 10 modules and a dissertation. 6 of these modules are graded above 60%

Would our dissertation grade HAVE to be included in the overall grade we get?

(also how accurate is the Portsmouth Degree Calculator?)

Sorry for the messy rambling questions
Hi! prns_0102

I would contact your course leader to check this, as every course can be different. or speak to your tutor. Both will be able to clarify this for you.
Your dissertation is usually included in your overall grade, though.

I hope this helps!
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