Calculate your final University of Sheffield degree classification by entering your module results.

By entering your module results (or expected module results) below, you can find out what degree classification you should receive at Graduation. You can either enter the mark you got for whole modules, or you can enter the individual assessments that make up a module, if you don't have the full module result yet.

This tool can only be used for standard 3-year undergraduate degrees, and 4-year integrated Master's degrees (e.g. MComp, MEng, MChem) that don't include a year in industry or year abroad (why?). More information on how classifications are calculated for different degrees can be found on the Student Union website. The calculator doesn't take into account failed modules, so if you expect to graduate with less than all of your credits then you will have to check with your department to find out what their rules are.

Everything you enter will be automatically saved, so next time you visit this page everything you've entered will still be here.

Your modules won't be saved if you browse away from this page, but if you visit this page in a more modern browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, then your changes will be saved automatically.

This calculator was written based on the "Degree Classification" guidelines for Bachelor's degrees, which are published by the University. This calculator uses a weighting scheme where credits are worth double in Level 3 and Level 4, which is the case for most standard degrees - check with your department to be sure. While this tool has been tested, the author takes no responsibility for any inaccuracies in calculations.

1. How long is your degree?

2. Enter module results

Your module results from previous academic years are available on the University website.

  • Year {{year.year}} {{yearPendingAssessmentCount(year)}} pending assessmentsOverall {{ yearMark(year) | number:1 }}%
    Don't know all of your module results? You can click "Add Assessments" for a module to enter your individual assignment/exam marks that you already know, and estimate how well you think you'll do at the rest.
    % mark % mark
    Assessment Name Weighting Your Mark
    Assessment weights don't add up to 100%
    You need to add modules worth an extra {{creditsNeeded(year)}} credits to this year to reach the full 120 credits.
    Your modules total {{totalCredits(year)}} credits for this year; remove {{creditsOver(year)}} credits worth of modules to get to a total of 120 credits.

3. Calculate classification

Based on the information you entered above, your degree classification should be:

It was not possible to calculate your final classification, as the two bands that are used to calculate it are too different - your module weighted average score of {{ classification.weightedAverageGrade | number:1 }}%, which corresponds to the band {{ }}, and your grade distribution band of {{ }} are too far apart for them to be combined to form a final classification.

In this situation, the Examiners will recommend a degree classification which, having regard to all the evidence before them, best reflects your overall performance.


Your calculated classification was {{}}, but since it was borderline, the normal practice by the Examiners is to take your weighted average final year grade of {{ classification.weightedAverageFinalYearGrade | number:1 }}% into account to determine the final classification, which is what was done to produce the classification above.

This final classification is calculated from the combination of your module weighted average score of {{ classification.weightedAverageGrade | number:1 }}%, which corresponds to the band {{ }}, and your grade distribution band of {{ }}.

This classification includes grades from {{globalPendingAssessmentCount()}} pending assessments. Enter the final grade (when known) for the pending assessments for a more accurate classification.

Show grade distribution

Your grade distribution band is calculated by taking your median ({{medianIndex+1}}th) module score (all modules are converted into 5-credit units) and placing it in a band. The {{higherIndex+1}}th module score is then placed in a band in the same way as the median. If the {{higherIndex+1}}th score is in a higher band than the median, then your grade distribution band is the borderline band between the two bands.

  1. {{gradeDistributionBand(grade).name}} {{grade}} Median Borderline

Everything you've entered on this page is automatically saved, so you can come back to this page later and you won't have to re-enter everything.

Please fully complete the form above to calculate your final classification.

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