I’ve just completed a Modern Languages Studies (Hons) degree, and unfortunately have to report that your website did not predict the correct classification for me. It had forecast a First, but although I achieved all the grades I entered in your calculator, I only came out with an Upper Second. I realize that you have a disclaimer about accuracy, but do hope you will give this message some prominence because the disappointment I’ve felt has been really profound and has taken the joy out of completing my degree.
I’m in the midst of doing the psych degree myself. The regulations on it are quite strict due to the BPS. I think (not 100% sure) that only the modules specified in the qualification would count. If you have had approval from the qualifications director you can sometimes use a non standard set but without that I don’t think E313 would be counted as L3 but rather as one of the optional modules (ie as L1 in effect) and your transferred in credit may be in the same boat ie neither would count in the calculation and you could only count DSE212, ED209, DD303 and DD307 (DXR222 wouldn’t count as it has the lowest mark and takes you over 120 points at L2).
In the Modern Languages degree (B30) there are compulsory modules, as the administrator suggested. So one of your module results will be discounted in the final classification. I am doing this degree in french and English, and the only modules which can be counted towards the class are both level 2 and level 3 French, and both level 2 and a level 3 english. You might get a great result for your optional module (which is a level 2 or 3 module) but unfortunately it won’t count to the final classification. The module description does make this clear, though I’m guessing a few people might not be aware of it.
I got a very disappointing and unexpected EMA result in one level 2 module that dragged down the entire module by a grade. Having got Grade 3 for both Level 2 modules, I thought I could only ever achieve a 2:2. That was my interpretation from the .PDF and from comments from other Open Degree students.
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I only have 180 credits worth of modules available to input into the calculator as half of my degree (180 points) was credit transfer, how can I calculate the final grade using this tool as it keeps telling me I need at least 240 points?
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