Dear University of Edinburgh,
I am writing to ask for the average module marks of the following History courses at the University of Edinburgh, for perhaps the past 3 years:
Revolutionary Russia, 1861-1921
Establishing the Iron Curtain: Totalitarianism in Eastern Europe
I was also wondering if you could provide me with the average overall (as in end of year) mark of 3rd and 4th year history students respectively?
Thank you very much,
The Records Management Section are currently out of the office. We will
reopen on Tuesday 27th August.
The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland,
with registration number SC005336.
Dear Ms Kennedy
Thank you for your email of 26 August 2019 requesting average marks for history courses.
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The University of Edinburgh | Old College | South Bridge | Edinburgh | EH8 9YL
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Email: [University of Edinburgh request email]
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