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Year 1 MathStat Progression

In This Section:

Year 1 MathStat
Year 2 MathStat
Year 3 BSc MathStat
Year 3 MMathStat
Year 4 MMathStat

Handbook Index

Handbook Contents

1 General Information
2 Course Regulations and Progression
3 Module Selection and Course Transfers
4 Teaching, Learning and Study
5 Examinations and Assessment
6 Pastoral Care and Support
7 Student Voice
8 Careers and Personal Development
9 University Information

2.2 Year 1 MathStat: Progression and Outcomes

The possible outcomes of the first year examinations are as follows:

  1. Permitted to proceed to the second year of study.
  2. Required to take further attempts.

In order to progress to the second year of the degree programme (outcome a) you must pass (with a module mark of 40 percent or above) the following core-required modules:

  • MA106 Linear Algebra
  • MA137 Mathematical Analysis I and II
  • ST104 Statistical Laboratory 1
  • ST115 Introduction to Probability

You must pass at least 80 CATS of whole modules.

You must also have an overall year mark for the year of 40 percent or more.

If you do not meet the above requirements then the Exam Board will require you to take further attempts in certain modules in September. More information about further attempts can be found in section 5.6.

Students Allowed to Proceed

Students who are allowed to proceed (either at the first attempt or after further attempts) will be awarded a year mark. See section 5.8 for details on how year marks are calculated.

Your overall mark for your first year counts 10% towards the overall degree mark.

You may be given an informal classification at the end of your first year; however this is not official and will not form part of your transcript but will give you an idea of how you are performing.