What does a 2 1 at UNI mean?
One user on The Student Room website explains the grading like this: A First-Class Honours (a ‘1st’) = Grade A** An Upper Second-Class Honours (a ‘2:1’, pronounced two-one) = Grade A* A Lower Second-Class Honours (a ‘2:2’, pronounced two-two) = Grade A. A Third-Class Honours (a 3rd) = Grade B.
What percentage is a 2 1 at uni?
Degree classifications First-Class Honours (First or 1st) (70% and above) Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1, 2. i) (60-70%) Lower Second-Class Honours (2:2, 2.
Is a 2.2 Bad?
Probably not, you still have a degree. It’s pretty bad though as you are competing with grads with 2:1 for good jobs. You can hustle to work on your CV and gain skills in the next few years, but opportunities would come as easily as someone with a 2:1 or 1st.
What is a 2 1 equivalent to in GPA?
The British Graduate Admissions Fact Sheet from McGill University uses the conversion 1st = 4.0; 2:1 = 3.0; 2:2 = 2.7; 3rd = 2.0; Pass = 1.0; Fail = 0.0.
What is the acceptance rate for Harvard?
How hard is it to get into McCombs?
Admissions to the McCombs School is highly competitive. Business is one of the most popular majors at all universities, and since UT has one of the strongest programs, there is a higher than average number of out-of-state and foreign applicants seeking entry. About one in four applicants gain admission each year.
Why is UT Austin ranked so low?
UT’s overall ranking is much lower because of the large amount of instate students who are admitted as a result of the state of Texas’s auto admit rule. There are students that wouldn’t normally be accepted to Texas but because they are top 6.5% in their high school class they are required to be admitted.
What is the hardest university to get into in Texas?
The researchers at Niche.com used acceptance rates and SAT/ACT test score data from the U.S. Department of Education to rank the “hardest colleges to get into” in the country. Rice University and Houston Baptist University cracked the top 10.
Is Rice better than UT?
While Rice is definitely more prestigious than UT, it’s not nearly the gulf between something like UT and Stanford to justify Rice. Save the money now for law school. The only caveat I’d add is go to Rice if you plan on taking a significant number of gap years (3 or more).