A degree classification system is a way of grading the academic achievement of students who complete an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in the UK.
There are four main classes of degrees: first-class honours, upper second-class honours, lower second-class honours, and third-class honours. Each class has a corresponding percentage range that indicates the average mark of the assessed work.
How can I find out the classification of my degree?
To figure out your degree classification, look at our guides for undergraduate students:
This guide is not definitive and is a rough guide for a large proportion of undergraduate students.
For post-graduate or doctoral students, try the following:
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