Does anyone know where I can find out how much each year counts towards my degree classification? I need to work out how hard I'm gonna have to work next year
Calculating your final mean There is College-wide, classification mean for all students who began their studies in or after 2004. This mean compulsorily includes the marks from all 360 credits (390 credits for four54 year students) taken throughout your studies. If marks for fewer than 120 credits are recorded in any one year, the computer will make calculations by inserting marks of zero as appropriate. Firstly, marks to the value of 120 credits for your final year will be added together and multiplied by four. Secondly, marks to the value of 120 credits for your second year will be added together and multiplied by two. For students who have done the Year Abroad Assessment, the mark for that too will be multiplied by two. These sub-totals plus marks to the value of 120 credits for your first year will be added together to form a grand total. This is then divided by 56 (60 for students who have done the year Abroad Assessment) to give the mean.