Today I received my final set of grades for my BSc (Hons) in Computer Science from the University of Hull – This included my two second semester modules, Mobile Devices and Application and Distributed Systems Programming, as well as my Final Year Project.
I achieved a grade of 85% in Mobile Devices and Applications, and 89% in Distributed Systems Programming.
The final year project was worth twice as many credits as each second semester, and so had more of an effect on the final grade. Thankfully I did quite well in the final year project, achieving a grade of 86%.
My overall weighted average for this year, including my first semester modules grades, is 86.5%.
This grade, weighted with my second year grades, means that my final grade for my degree as a whole is 86% – a very high first! I am of course over the moon with this.
I’d like to again say thank you to everyone who has made my time at university not only great for learning, but truly the best three years of my life (so far! :P). Particularly, but not limited to:
- Rob Crocombe
- Simon Watkins
- Hayley Hatton
- Russell Billingsley
- Toby Russell
- Jon Rich
- Tom “Jeff” Procter
- Special mention to “our American foreign exchange students”
- Dr Martin Walker
- Eur Ing Brian Tompsett
- Rob Miles
- Dr David Parker
- Dr Peter Robinson
And of course anyone I spent time with in the labs or any of the many, many nights out in the first two years. Last but by no stretch of the imagination least thanks to my Mum, Dad, Brother and Sister for supporting me throughout the last 3 years.
I’m looking forward to trying to maintain this good score next year at York! Of course I will continue to do this blog throughout my time there too.