You have not yet progressed as you have not passed enough credit to progress to your next year of study. Your progression to the next year of study is dependent on re-assessment in the next assessment period.

As things currently stand, you will not have enough overall credit at the end of your degree programme. You will need to take additional credit before the end date of your overall programme in order to graduate and receive your degree award. Your faculty or department will contact you directly with further information on next steps, if they have not already done so.


Accessing results

Your full results are now available to view on Student Records. For further instructions, please read our article How can I view my results?

You may wish to obtain written confirmation of your results so far for prospective employers or other third parties. You can do this by downloading your Record of Agreed Results (ROAR) letter from Gradintelligence. For further instructions, please read our article I need to prove my module results so far.


Beginning a new year at King’s

Once we have the outcome of your re-assessment(s), we will contact you by email regarding re-enrolment, an online task completed through Student Records that you’ll need to complete to start your next year of studies. In most cases this will be no later than mid-September.

For more information, please read our article Beginning a new year at King’s.

Advice and support

We understand not being progressed to the next year of study may be worrying and you may want to reach out to wellbeing services for support. Please refer to the following articles for more information:



For more information, please refer to our article How can I make an academic appeal?

If you would like confidential and impartial academic advice on issues such as mitigating circumstances, academic appeals, support is available from the KCLSU Advice Service.