How To Calculate Aggregate For Engineering? I Have Also Done Diploma.


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If you are looking to calculate your overall score for your engineering course, including your diploma, you need to firstly get in touch with your exam board that you did your qualifications under. The aggregate is usually calculated by adding up the scores from each module that you do and dividing it by a certain number, depending on the type of course you have done. The importance of going into higher education is huge and its benefits include:

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