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.