How do you get a first class degree?

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How do you get a first class degree?

How to get a first class degreeStay focused on getting a top grade. Source: KnowYourMeme. Develop your research skills. Use the library resources at university. Improve the presentation of your work. Ask tutors for help. Go to your university classes. Limit your time on social media. Pick topics that you’re passionate about.

What percentage of students get a first class degree?

First-Class Honours (70% and above): a first class degree, usually referred to as a ‘first’ or 1st, is the highest honours degree you can achieve. Upper Second-Class Honours (60-70%): there are two levels of second class degree. An upper second class, known as a 2:1 or two-one, is the higher of the two levels.

Is 68 a first class degree?

The difference between high 2:1 (67.4%) and first class degree (68%) A 2.1 is still a good degree. In most universities a first is 70% and if you get put up to a 1st from a 68% onwards, you should consider yourself very lucky.

What to do if you get a 2.2 degree?

Here’s how to get a good job quickly after university:Look for graduate jobs that accept 2:2s. Credit: Dimension Films. Apply to work at a startup. Start a business after university. Do an internship to gain work experience. Make your CV stand out. Do a postgraduate degree. Use your contacts to help you get a job.

What jobs can I get with a 2 2?

If you don’t think there are any great jobs you can do with a 2:2 degree, think again….Some examples of great 2:2 graduate jobs include:Accountant.Underwriter.Technical Engineer.Teaching Assistant.Quality Assurance.Police Officer.Copywriter.Business Consultant.

Is a 2 2 worth anything?

Others perhaps just had a bad day when they sat their finals. Businesses may claim that they will look beyond the numbers, but the pay and employment evidence suggests that many still don’t, and it’s hard to believe that those with 2:2s are genuinely worth so much less than those with 2:1s.

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