In This Section:
|Year 1 MathStat|
|Year 2 MathStat|
|Year 3 BSc MathStat|
|Year 3 MMathStat|
|Year 4 MMathStat|
2.6 Year 3 BSc Mathematics & Statistics: Outcomes
Your mark for the third year contributes 60% to overall mark for BSc programme.
The possible outcomes of the third year are as follows:
- Graduate with honours degree
- Graduate with pass degree
- Required to take further attempts.
To qualify for a BSc Honours degree a candidate must pass (at the 40% module pass mark) in the final two years contributing to the degree classification, whole modules equating to at least 168 CATS in total, including at least 80 CATS taken in the final year. In addition they must have an overall degree mark of greater than, or equal to, 40% for an honours degree.
Students should note that in awarding one of the BSc degree classes a candidate must achieve marks in that class or higher in whole core and listed modules (i.e., modules appearing in List A or List B of the regulations for the BSc MathStat) taken in the final year equating to at least 48 CATS points in total.
To qualify for a BSc pass degree a candidate must pass (at the 40% module pass mark) in the final two years, whole modules equating to at least 150 CATS in total, including at least 50 CATS taken in the final year. In addition they must have an overall degree mark of greater than, or equal to 35%.
Further information about degree classification rules can be found at https://warwick.ac.uk/services/aro/dar/quality/categories/examinations/conventions/ug13
If you do not qualify for an honours degree or a pass degree you will be required to take further attempts. More information about further attempts can be found in section 5.6. You may instead choose to be considered for an exit qualification.