When will my results be available?
Exam and assessment results, module results and final degree classifications will be made available on Student Records as soon as possible after your assessment board has met to finalise and ratify results.
Results are typically released in the following months:
- For Period 1 (January) assessments: March-April
- For Period 2 (May) assessments: July
- For Period 3 (August) assessments: September
Additional information for postgraduate taught students
Most postgraduate taught (PGT) courses run from September to September. As such, the assessment boards for these courses meet between October and December, after the official end date of the course.
Some departments will release some module results before the official end of your course, and some departments will wait until after your course end date. In all cases, you should not expect to receive your degree award until after the official end of your course.
How will I be told my results are available?
When your results are available, you'll be sent an email with instructions, which also provides information on your progression from one year of study to the next or your final degree award.
How can I view my results?
You can view your results by logging into Student Records. Once you have logged in, you'll see a 'My Modules' container on the homepage. This is where you can view your module results.
If you have also obtained your final award, you can view this in the My Award container, under View Final Result.
Reviewing your results
In the table you can see your module, assessments and results. If your programme has any core modules, these will be shown in brackets after the module code.
Can I resit an exam or retake an assessment?
- Not meeting the academic requirements
- Submitting late or not submitting/not taking an online exam
If you are given an opportunity to resit, your module mark will be capped at the pass mark. You will normally be reassessed in the failed elements of assessment, and by the same methods as your first attempt.
We know that there are times when unexpected circumstances occur, such as an illness, bereavement, or difficult family circumstances, which can affect your ability to study or complete an assessment. We call situations like these 'mitigating circumstances'.
A mitigating circumstance might:
- Affect your ability to study for, prepare and submit an assessed piece of work by a set deadline.
- Affect your ability to attend an exam, class or lab assessment on a date set by your department.
How do I apply for mitigating circumstances?
Please read our article How to apply for mitigating circumstances for further information.
Who can I talk to if I need further academic support?
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