# Need help calculating grades (Requires you to do math)

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So I've finished my degree. I've got the results back for each module. I'm trying to work out what my final grade will be for my degree based off my modules grades. Thing is, each module was graded through different assessments (each worth a different percentage). I'm struggling to calculate it. Would anyone mind helping if I posted the results below.

Note: Anything below 50 is a fail. 50 and above is 2:2. 60 and above is 2:1. 70+ is 1st.

1st Year:
Grades don't count towards final degree

2nd Year:
Module 1 - Assessment 1 (Worth 20% of module grade), 63
Module 1 - Assessment 2 (Worth 40% of module grade), 63
Module 1 - Assessment 3 (Worth 40% of module grade), 74.9

Module 2 - Assessment 1 (50%), 60
Module 2 - Assessment 2 (50%), 53

Module 3 - Assessment 1 (50%), 62
Module 3 - Assessment 2 (50%), 58

Module 4 - Assessment 1 (50%), 51
Module 4 - Assessment 2 (50%), 59

Module 5 - Assessment 1 (50%), 58
Module 5 - Assessment 2 (50%), 61

3rd Year:
Module 1 - Assessment 1 (10%), 60
Module 1 - Assessment 2 (40%), 70
Module 1 - Assessment 3 (50%), 73

Module 2 - Assessment 1 (50%), 68
Module 2 - Assessment 2 (50%), 58

Module 3 - Assessment 1 (50%), 58
Module 3 - Assessment 2 (50%), 57

Module 4 - Assessment 1 (30%), 78
Module 4 - Assessment 2 (70%), 69

Module 5 - Assessment 1 (40%), 75
Module 5 - Assessment 2 (60%), 68

I honestly would appreciate this sooo much.
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#2
I would need to know what the modules weigh?
I.e credit value? 10 credits or 20 credits? etc
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#3
(Original post by Anonymous)
So I've finished my degree. I've got the results back for each module. I'm trying to work out what my final grade will be for my degree based off my modules grades. Thing is, each module was graded through different assessments (each worth a different percentage). I'm struggling to calculate it. Would anyone mind helping if I posted the results below.

Note: Anything below 50 is a fail. 50 and above is 2:2. 60 and above is 2:1. 70+ is 1st.

1st Year:
Grades don't count towards final degree

2nd Year:
Module 1 - Assessment 1 (Worth 20% of module grade), 63
Module 1 - Assessment 2 (Worth 40% of module grade), 63
Module 1 - Assessment 3 (Worth 40% of module grade), 74.9

Module 2 - Assessment 1 (50%), 60
Module 2 - Assessment 2 (50%), 53

Module 3 - Assessment 1 (50%), 62
Module 3 - Assessment 2 (50%), 58

Module 4 - Assessment 1 (50%), 51
Module 4 - Assessment 2 (50%), 59

Module 5 - Assessment 1 (50%), 58
Module 5 - Assessment 2 (50%), 61

3rd Year:
Module 1 - Assessment 1 (10%), 60
Module 1 - Assessment 2 (40%), 70
Module 1 - Assessment 3 (50%), 73

Module 2 - Assessment 1 (50%), 68
Module 2 - Assessment 2 (50%), 58

Module 3 - Assessment 1 (50%), 58
Module 3 - Assessment 2 (50%), 57

Module 4 - Assessment 1 (30%), 78
Module 4 - Assessment 2 (70%), 69

Module 5 - Assessment 1 (40%), 75
Module 5 - Assessment 2 (60%), 68

I honestly would appreciate this sooo much.
Hey!

Use this -

I use this all the time, you can calculate all of your grades on there!

I'd suggest calculating your individual grades for each module on there and then finding the average of all the modules.

Hope this helps you out. PS you did great!

Daisy
2nd year politics and international relations student
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1 month ago
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just looking at them i'd personally say a 2:1 - but thats off the top of my head
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1 month ago
#5
(Original post by Anonymous)
just looking at them i'd personally say a 2:1 - but thats off the top of my head
Why did you have to be on Anon to give that information?
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1 month ago
#6
You haven’t said what year 3 v year 2 is worth?
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1 month ago
#7
S as he is each module identical? I did 5 modules but 4 were full year and 1 half a year so worth less.
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1 month ago
#8
(Original post by 5hyl33n)
Why did you have to be on Anon to give that information?
no account lol
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#9
Hey!

Use this -

I use this all the time, you can calculate all of your grades on there!

I'd suggest calculating your individual grades for each module on there and then finding the average of all the modules.

Hope this helps you out. PS you did great!

Daisy
2nd year politics and international relations student
OMG Thank you so much for the link. I'm using it now and it's a life saver.
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#10
(Original post by Charlouisee)
I would need to know what the modules weigh?
I.e credit value? 10 credits or 20 credits? etc
Thank you so much for responding. The comment below yours linked a website which automatically calculates it for you. But thank you any way so much.
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