Caroline (crystalcazzie) wrote,

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Ok, background information: It is impossible for me to get a first. It is also impossible for me to get a third since the only way to do that would be to fail at least one module and therefore I wouldn't pass anyway. So assuming I haven't actually failed, my possibilities are a 2:1 or a 2:2. Last year I had an average of 59.5% so I was right on the cusp between the two. It all relies on my exam results...

From the Student Data System:

Examination Results

Miss Caroline Sarah Ann Tegg
You have been awarded a 2(I) in History and Religious Studies
Full information will be contained in a detailed transcript which will be forwarded to you as soon as possible.
If you have any queries regarding this result please contact your Department Office.

A Message from the Vice-Chancellor

On behalf of all the staff and students of the University of Kent, I am delighted to congratulate you on your successful degree result. Completing a degree at UKC is a highly creditable achievement that reflects well on you and your teachers.

I hope you will enjoy keeping in touch with your university and with your fellow alumni in the years to come. You will receive our magazine for all alumni of the University the "Kent Bulletin", in the autumn. In the meantime, you may wish to browse the Alumni Website.

I look forward to welcoming you to the roll of graduates at the degree congregation in Canterbury Cathedral later this month and wish you the very best for the future.


They don't have the individual exam scores up yet so I don't know how well I did on them but it must have been pretty good to get a 2:1!

I had a whole bottle of fizzy wine to celebrate. It still doesn't feel real because it's not completely official until I actually get the degree at graduation. Up until then I'm going to be paranoid that they made a mistake!

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