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Interpretation

 
#1 Interpretation
03/10/2003 00:00

Iceman

Hi. I don't live in the UK. Therefore I'm not too familiar with the (2:1 etc) concept of grading. Can someone please interpret these for me, in terms of how it would translate in a B-, B, B+ grading system, or even a % system.

If someone says they have a 2:1, does that mean they have a 2:1 for their entire three/four years at University, i.e.is it a avarage grade across their time at Uni. Or is it their grades for only the final year?

Cheers.

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#2 Re: Interpretation
15/10/2003 00:00

Omar

Average grades across all those subjects which count towards their final degree. This is usually the 2nd and 3rd yr courses but may include 1st yr too. I've never heard of 3 yr degrees being assessed for work only done in the 3rd year. Sounds too much like a doss course.

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