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Explanation of exam marks/symbols Please?

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From the RU Calendar:
EXAMINATIONS
G.25  The Senate shall be the final authority in deciding the result of an examination.
   G.26  Subject to any exceptions approved by the Senate the results of examinations for all courses shall be
published under seven heads, four for successful candidates namely, class 1, class 2 (divisions A and B) and class 3, and three for unsuccessful candidates, namely, Failure 1, Failure 2 and Failure 3, in all cases in decreasing order of marks according to the marks obtained by the candidates.
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July 10th Rhodes Confessions
G7 Judith Reynolds UckaRhodes A G7 warning is just basically saying your results need to improve if you want to return next year. Different faculties have slightly different requirements. If your letter says you need to pass half your credits then the dean is telling you what is required of you at the end of this year to be allowed to return next year to continue with your degree.
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