There are a few on my course that got over 75%, normally one or two in a module. I personally got 81% in one and 77% in a second in my second year however they were the first and second highest marks respectively in the year for those modules. I also got an 81% in a piece of coursework, later talking to the lecturer that marked it he specifically brought it up as it was apparently so good and that it would have been easily good enough to have been a report written for a company. Although it does sound like i'm trying to blow my own trumpet, i'm not, just trying to point out that anything over 70% is essentially supposed to be a high enough standard to pass in the real world. Most people seem to get around 60% and the average is probably a high 2:2. Unfotunately that means a lot of people are going to struggle as a 2:2 now seems to be the equivilent of a fail to a large number in industry, with most jobs specifying a 2:1 or better. Actually I've seen quite a few that specify a first, even 2:1 isn't good enough some times!