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Old 25-08-2019, 11:22 PM
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Local uni grads are just damn jealous about almost everything.
Especially if they obtained only a 2:2 from NUS/SMU law.
The way they talk, think, analyze, etc all reeks of persistent jealousy and deep inferiority complex.
They can only hide their sorry state through belittling others who graduate from overseas universities. Itís a sorry state of affairs.
It doesnít help that the local grads with FCH go on to do LLM from Oxbridge and Harvard thereby perpetuating the feeling of inadequacy and uselessness for anyone with less than a FCH from the local unis.

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s://.bbc.com/news/education-48951653

"The higher education watchdog also examined why the proportion awarded top degrees might have risen from 16% to 29%, such as students arriving from school with better qualifications.

But the analysis found much of the increase could not be explained.

The figures showed over 40,000 more students graduated with firsts last summer than in the cohort of seven years before.

Mr Hinds said that if universities were giving many more top degrees without a legitimate reason, it was unfair on those who had studied to the same standard in previous years.


The watchdog showed the changes in students awarded first-class degrees between 2010-11 and 2017-18, including:

Imperial College London from 31% to 46%
University of Huddersfield: 15% to 40%
University College London: 24% to 40%
Durham University: 18% to 38%
University of East Anglia: 14% to 39%
University of Northumbria: 16% to 35%
University of West London: 13% to 34%
Staffordshire University: 14% to 34%

The study also looked at those awarded either first or upper-second class degrees (2:1s). These now account for the great majority of degrees.

In the University of Bristol, 92% of students are awarded either a first or 2:1 and at Cambridge 94% reach this threshold.

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"The higher education watchdog also examined why the proportion awarded top degrees might have risen from 16% to 29%, such as students arriving from school with better qualifications.

But the analysis found much of the increase could not be explained.

The figures showed over 40,000 more students graduated with firsts last summer than in the cohort of seven years before.

Mr Hinds said that if universities were giving many more top degrees without a legitimate reason, it was unfair on those who had studied to the same standard in previous years.


The watchdog showed the changes in students awarded first-class degrees between 2010-11 and 2017-18, including:

Imperial College London from 31% to 46%
University of Huddersfield: 15% to 40%
University College London: 24% to 40%
Durham University: 18% to 38%
University of East Anglia: 14% to 39%
University of Northumbria: 16% to 35%
University of West London: 13% to 34%
Staffordshire University: 14% to 34%

The study also looked at those awarded either first or upper-second class degrees (2:1s). These now account for the great majority of degrees.

In the University of Bristol, 92% of students are awarded either a first or 2:1 and at Cambridge 94% reach this threshold.
The problem, imo, is that grade inflation is rampant in UK universities. The FCH and 2:1 grads are definitely of a different quality than their equivalents 7 years ago

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Old 26-08-2019, 06:52 PM
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"The higher education watchdog also examined why the proportion awarded top degrees might have risen from 16% to 29%, such as students arriving from school with better qualifications.

But the analysis found much of the increase could not be explained.

The figures showed over 40,000 more students graduated with firsts last summer than in the cohort of seven years before.

Mr Hinds said that if universities were giving many more top degrees without a legitimate reason, it was unfair on those who had studied to the same standard in previous years.


The watchdog showed the changes in students awarded first-class degrees between 2010-11 and 2017-18, including:

Imperial College London from 31% to 46%
University of Huddersfield: 15% to 40%
University College London: 24% to 40%
Durham University: 18% to 38%
University of East Anglia: 14% to 39%
University of Northumbria: 16% to 35%
University of West London: 13% to 34%
Staffordshire University: 14% to 34%

The study also looked at those awarded either first or upper-second class degrees (2:1s). These now account for the great majority of degrees.

In the University of Bristol, 92% of students are awarded either a first or 2:1 and at Cambridge 94% reach this threshold.
These are general stats, not law. There are alot of degree specializations where FC is super easy to get.
Law only ,will be much lower.
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Old 26-08-2019, 06:55 PM
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Local uni grads are just damn jealous about almost everything.
Especially if they obtained only a 2:2 from NUS/SMU law.
The way they talk, think, analyze, etc all reeks of persistent jealousy and deep inferiority complex.
They can only hide their sorry state through belittling others who graduate from overseas universities. Itís a sorry state of affairs.
It doesnít help that the local grads with FCH go on to do LLM from Oxbridge and Harvard thereby perpetuating the feeling of inadequacy and uselessness for anyone with less than a FCH from the local unis.
top 65 per cent to 68 per cent of each cohort in NUS will get 2:1/ FCH.

2:2s are bottom of the barrel either way, no wonder they feel jealous and inferior.
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If someone goes to a degree mill in the UK/Oz and comes back with an easy first class degree, does that person have self respect? Technically these are PAID degrees not EARNED degrees.
Crybaby, yes everyone else's first and 2:1 are damn easy degrees, only yur 2:2 is super hard to get, pitae u,

Crybaby, yes, yur nus/smu frenz dont study, also score higher than u, pitae u... yes u work damn hard fo yur nus/smu grades ikno ikno, pitae u

Crybaby, yes, ikno ikno, unfortunately u M, if not u might just seduce ur prof for a better grade, pitae u

Crybabae, have u ever thought maybe its yur iq low, not because its hard? pitae u
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Old 26-08-2019, 10:17 PM
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"The higher education watchdog also examined why the proportion awarded top degrees might have risen from 16% to 29%, such as students arriving from school with better qualifications.

But the analysis found much of the increase could not be explained.

The figures showed over 40,000 more students graduated with firsts last summer than in the cohort of seven years before.

Mr Hinds said that if universities were giving many more top degrees without a legitimate reason, it was unfair on those who had studied to the same standard in previous years.


The watchdog showed the changes in students awarded first-class degrees between 2010-11 and 2017-18, including:

Imperial College London from 31% to 46%
University of Huddersfield: 15% to 40%
University College London: 24% to 40%
Durham University: 18% to 38%
University of East Anglia: 14% to 39%
University of Northumbria: 16% to 35%
University of West London: 13% to 34%
Staffordshire University: 14% to 34%

The study also looked at those awarded either first or upper-second class degrees (2:1s). These now account for the great majority of degrees.

In the University of Bristol, 92% of students are awarded either a first or 2:1 and at Cambridge 94% reach this threshold.
Once new ceca bill pass and wages gets depressed by lowballing cecas with chennai uni LLBs, we shall see if local grads will still whine and bit*h about their UK compatriots with a premeditated plan B.
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A NUS First is so so much easier to get than a NUS 2:2
why.
Someone with a low IQ who works hard may end up with a 2:2.
This doesn't mean that a NUS First is not easy for someone with a high IQ.
Idiots
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Crybaby, yes everyone else's first and 2:1 are damn easy degrees, only yur 2:2 is super hard to get, pitae u,

Crybaby, yes, yur nus/smu frenz dont study, also score higher than u, pitae u... yes u work damn hard fo yur nus/smu grades ikno ikno, pitae u

Crybaby, yes, ikno ikno, unfortunately u M, if not u might just seduce ur prof for a better grade, pitae u

Crybabae, have u ever thought maybe its yur iq low, not because its hard? pitae u
Actly a 2:2 shows in the personís character as well.
Bcos they donít have raw talent, their only talent is to put others done.
Talk very loud, resort to dirty tricks to put others down.
Whatís new for a 2:2 local grad? Nothing
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Old 27-08-2019, 11:37 PM
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dreading call tmrw tbqh

earn 5k actually nbd when u divide by hours i clock. earn less than deliveroo / hr nia. also more stressful, deliveroo at most worry about langa old ppl.

inb4 if u dont want nus/kcl/ceca/2:2 will take ur job

they are quite frankly welcome to it, i see how long they can do it for. if cannot tank until senior assoc dun talk k. hard mode: dun pay doctor for anything during this time
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