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Degree Calculator: What marks are needed for you to get a 2:1 in the UK?

Updated: Jan 2

For graduates entering a competitive job market, missing out on a 2.1 may seem like a disaster. But this setback can be overpowered.


Therefore, before we talk about ways to overcome the setbacks if you don't graduate with a first class or a 2:1. Thus, the most important thing is to prepare now before graduation and calculate your outcomes and shortcomings.


Are you worried about scraping that 2:1? Or do you push for a first class? With GradeHub, they have developed a New UK degree calculator that can tell you what grades you need to graduate for free. You will find out what you need in every unit, what you need in every assessment or modules.


Watch "How to calculate and work out your  degree"


GradeHub will help you find out how well you're doing in your university courses and how well you're going to have to do to graduate.


Since, we have provided you with 2 choices, either way both works perfectly fine to give you the result you have always wanted accordingly.


You need to add all of your courses to your calculator, then select the coursework or exams you've already done. It's so easy!


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For graduates entering a competitive job market, missing out on a 2.1 may seem like a disaster. But this setback can be overpowered.


In an attempt to mask your less than brilliant performance, a common response is to consider taking a further degree. But is it going to be well spent time and money?


You can just try doing few more short courses and trying getting work experience after college or university, the work experience might be unpaid or the salary might be lower than expected, but it will pay off at the long run.


Therefore, when you gain experience in your specific field it becomes easier to move up, "Once you can start marketing yourself as an experienced professional rather than as a graduate, the recruitment process is less complex and competitive.


Wish you luck!


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