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co0ke

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anyone have any experience of getting 'bumped up' a level?
e.g. if you are a percent or two below a boundary, 59% 69% etc...?

preliminary marks show im on 68.6%
so is there much chance of getting moved up to 70%?

this ever happened to anyone?
 

Joey AdhD

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u have to get your work reviewed, if they miss something that worthy of more marks u will get it, but also they can be marked down as they are marked by different tutors.
 

logikz

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a sword can never have a level, a sword can have a required level but thats not the same thing. im level a 70 charlie sheen.
 

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One of my mates just got his results back and he got 1 mark below a 2.1 and another mate got 69.56% overall and they rounded it up to 70% so he got a first. Getting 1 mark below a grade must hurt
 

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anyone have any experience of getting 'bumped up' a level?
e.g. if you are a percent or two below a boundary, 59% 69% etc...?

preliminary marks show im on 68.6%
so is there much chance of getting moved up to 70%?

this ever happened to anyone?

I have had mates get a mark or so off a 2.1 and get bumped up to it, so I would say they'll probably do it with you having to get it reviewed
 

co0ke

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One of my mates just got his results back and he got 1 mark below a 2.1 and another mate got 69.56% overall and they rounded it up to 70% so he got a first. Getting 1 mark below a grade must hurt
what one of your mates got one mark away and they didnt push it up? he got done!
 

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A lot of the time they will bump up the last .5%, although to get a certain level you need a certain amount of grades in that bracket, ie. you cant get a bump up to a grade that the majority of your work fails to hit
 

richie_stix

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anyone have any experience of getting 'bumped up' a level?
e.g. if you are a percent or two below a boundary, 59% 69% etc...?

preliminary marks show im on 68.6%
so is there much chance of getting moved up to 70%?

this ever happened to anyone?
i got pretty much the same grade as you... 68. something... still got a 2.1 :(
 

logikz

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really? cos they flunked me, so you know maybe they can take a leaf from your... high school is it samuel? i forget but i must be close. thats one of the things i do, i guess really well.
 

Thin and crispy

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i went to uni for 4 years and i have no idea what on earth you are talking about... maybe we do things differently
Did you answer questions about how many pints it takes mick dundee to get absolutely plastered?

"Here, sheila, pass me a cold one while i teach the fella's a thing or two"
"OK. What about us girls sir?"
"Your all pretty good lookin, automatic pass"

:teeth:
 

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i heard that in some places if you get around 69 they bring you in and interview you to determine whether you are 1st worthy. remarks take up too much time
 
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