An easy way to calculate your weighted module average, degree classification or assessment average.

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unigradecalc helps you quickly and easily work out your average grade across modules and your degree. Knowing your grade can help you get a better degree by ensuring what grades you need to get in an assesment, or even simply put your mind at rest that you're on track.

Every university works out degree classifications differently. For this reason, unigradecalc has been designed as a tool through which you can quickly calculate weighted averages without having to know too much about marking policies.

The calculator will give you an average over the percentage you have completed so far. You can determine the impact on future grades by inputting assessment as if you have already received a mark.

Any percentages entered without a mark will count as zero.


Module A consists of four marked assessment, one worth 70% and three worth 10% each.

Knowing the grades of the 70% assessment, and one 10% assessment it is possible to calculate your average grade so far over 80% of this module by inputting your results as follows.

Mark % worth Reference
65 70% Long essay
72 10% Literature review
Average mark over 80% = 65.88%

To determine the impact of future assessments, enter the remaining two 10% assessments as well as a predicted mark.

unigradecalc can also be used as a degree classification calculator.