# Thread: can I still pass module?

1. ## can I still pass module?

Module is in 2 parts.

part 1 = 75%
part 2 = 25%

I need 40% in both to pass so 40% of 75% is 0.3 and 40% of 25% is 0.1

I've done the whole % x score thing (0.02x81 etc) and so far I have 19.86 in part 1. Do I need 10.14 more to make it to 30?

I have 2% iCMA (x2) + 8% TMA (x2) so 20 possible marks.

2. Originally Posted by dg2008
Module is in 2 parts.

part 1 = 75%
part 2 = 25%

I need 40% in both to pass so 40% of 75% is 0.3 and 40% of 25% is 0.1

I've done the whole % x score thing (0.02x81 etc) and so far I have 19.86 in part 1. Do I need 10.14 more to make it to 30?

I have 2% iCMA (x2) + 8% TMA (x2) so 20 possible marks.
I have no idea what you are trying to say here! Do you need "40% in both" or an average of 40% in the two? Or are you saying that there are 75 points possible in the first and 25 points possible in the second (in that case "%" is not appropriate).

If the there are 75 points available and you need 40%, yes, that means you need .4(75)= 30 points. You say "so far I have 19.86". Is this an ongoing project? If so, then yes, you need to get another 30-19.86= 10.14 to get up to 30 points. I can't make any sense of "I have 2% iCMA (x2) + 8% TMA (x2) so 20 possible marks".

3. no module is out of 100% part one is worth 75% and part two is worth 25%. I need 40% in both parts.

4. Originally Posted by HallsofIvy
I have no idea what you are trying to say here! Do you need "40% in both" or an average of 40% in the two? Or are you saying that there are 75 points possible in the first and 25 points possible in the second (in that case "%" is not appropriate).

If the there are 75 points available and you need 40%, yes, that means you need .4(75)= 30 points. You say "so far I have 19.86". Is this an ongoing project? If so, then yes, you need to get another 30-19.86= 10.14 to get up to 30 points. I can't make any sense of "I have 2% iCMA (x2) + 8% TMA (x2) so 20 possible marks".
20 marks available to get

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