## Is 62 a good mark at university?

Getting over 60% is excellent because it means you have demonstrated a deep knowledge of your subject to the marker. You may be used to getting marks of 90100%, but this is very unlikely to happen at university. Remember that marks in the 5070% range are perfectly normal.

## Do first year university marks matter?

First Year Studies Don’t Matter For many courses, your results in the first year don’t count towards your final grade and you only need 40% in your total mark to move onto second year. This might seem that all the work you do in the first year doesn’t matter that much and you might hear a few people saying this.

## What is the difference between 2.1 and 2.2 degree?

A 2.1, at the moment, is the minimum standard many employers are looking for in this competitive jobs market. That’s between 60 and 69 per cent. A 2.2 is still an honours degree with recipients getting between 50 and 59 per cent. Below that is a third-class or a pass if you manage to get more than 40 per cent.

## What is a 4.0 GPA in UK?

Converting British grades into GPA A rough conversion of British grades to GPAs looks like this: +70% = 4.0. 60-69% = 3.3-3.9. 50-59% = 2.7-3.2.