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Classification Estimator

Classification Estimator

We’ve developed this tool to help you estimate what award you may achieve at the end of your course, based on your marks to date. The tool is a downloadable Excel spreadsheet that can be used by undergraduate and postgraduate taught students to estimate your possible results. You can use this tool to model your potential outcome, based on the marks you’ve had so far. Where marks are missing you can input what you estimate you will achieve. Please note, this is not a guarantee of your final mark – see 'important note' below**.

Download the Classification Estimator 2022/23 (.xlsx)

User Guide: How to use the Classification Estimator (.pdf)

We’ve also created a short film below to help explain this new tool. If after reading the 'How to' guidance you still need help using this tool, please contact your Hub / Info Point

My marks so far aren't what I'd hoped - what can I do?

If you have concerns, we’d encourage you to reach out, as we’re here to help.

Personal tutor - you can discuss your progress with your personal tutor.

Education Welfare team - if you have personal issues which are impacting on your study, get in touch with your Education Welfare team who are here to offer support.

Students’ Guild & Students’ Union advice - your Students’ Guild (Exeter) and Students’ Union (Cornwall) advice teams provide confidential, impartial advice.

Wellbeing services – need wellbeing support? Get in touch with our wellbeing services (Devon) and Student Support (Cornwall).

Remember this is an estimator – we can’t guarantee that this is your final mark**.

 

**Important note/Disclaimer

The degree classification estimator is for indication purposes only. It does not guarantee that the classification calculated by you is the one that you will finally be awarded, after ratification by our Assessment Progression and Awarding Committees (APACs). It is only after the APAC ratification that the University will confirm your final marks. Find out more about APACs here. For full details on how your degree classification is calculated please see the Taught Programmes Handbook.