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    Are these asked for in most banks' application forms?

    What happens if your dept only provide you with module grades (e.g. 1st, 2:1, 2:2 etc.) rather than percentage scores so you cannot actually calculate your grade point average 1 or 2 yrs into your degree?

    What level of screening (at internship stage) would banks' exercise to find out those grades from a university deparment? If you are on a borderline 2:1/2:2 but have over 60% of your degree class accounted for in your final year - would it be acceptable to just put down 'predicted 2:1'?

    I don't get given an official year mark on my course and am not given an official 'prediction' either. If the intermediate stage mark turns out to be something like 59% (i.e. 2:2) can banks withdraw your offer even if you make it past the assessment centre?

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