Results

How do I get my results?

Your exam results will be emailed to your university email address. For information on setting up your university email if you have not already done so visit  the setting up your university email page.

When do I get my results?

Your exam results will be emailed to your university email address. Please be aware you may receive separate e-mails for each module. The release of your results may be spread over a number of days. This is because your results are released as and when they have been 'signed off' by each module leader.  Please be assured your results will be made available as soon as possible.

Results on a module basis will normally be available by the last week in January 2013.

Please note however, where your results are due to be considered by an Assessment Board meeting, the majority of Board meetings are due to take place during the period 24 January – 8 February and results cannot be released until after the Assessment Board has met, usually within two days of the meeting.

For Trimester B Modules

After the Trimester B assessment period, the assessment board publishes your results for the whole year. Your results will be emailed to your university email address.

You will also get a letter at your home address, normally within seven working days of the assessment board meeting.

Results will normally be available by the first week in June 2013.

For the August assessment period

After the August assessment period, the assessment board publishes your results for the whole year. Your results will be emailed to your university email address.

You will also get a letter at your home address, normally within seven working days of the assessment board meeting.

Results will normally be available by the first week in September 2013.

Where can I find out about graduation?

From the Graduation site.

What if I didn't get the results I expected?

If you are concerned about your results in a particular module talk to your module leader. They will usually go over your exam script with you and explain why the marks were given. If you are concerned about your overall marks and degree classification, your Director of Studies should be able to explain the decision of the Progression and Awards Board to you.

You may wish to appeal against the Assessment Board’s decision

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