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Old 12-27-2018, 02:10 AM
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All in all, just want to let everybody know that UK universities are mostly for profit, especially those who offer an actuarial science program.
GargoyleWaiting can tell us how much IFoA make from UK universities and Acted.
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Old 12-27-2018, 02:11 AM
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The grades are determined by the usual formula. All coursework is tracked (in terms of results) for each student. These results are kept both in hardcopy and electronically at the faculty.

They final grade is based on the final exam grade (usually 75-100% of the overall grade) and coursework (0-25% of the overall grade)

The professor can only have an effect on the coursework. He has no control over the exam grading and results.

There is nothing he can do to change grades as there are too many backups.
Hello Mr Polymath / jas66Kent. I'm afraid the existence of coursework makes it easier than exam-only.
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