Please see our Frequently Asked Questions below for guidance and advice.
How can I access a transcript of my results?
Transcripts for all parts will be re-activated on 3 August, after Part 0, 1 & 2 results are released, to enable students to produce a transcript themselves via the RISIS portal. In the meantime if you are a finalist and need a transcript to support a course or job application please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take this forward for you.
How will I know my results are available?
All students will receive an email when their results are available to view on RISIS. We anticipate results will be available on the RISIS portal to undergraduate finalists and postgraduate taught students between 22 and 24 July, and to undergraduate non-finalists during the week commencing Monday 27 July.
What can I do if I have major concerns about my results?
Once you receive your results, if you have major concerns about them and believe that your academic performance has been affected by a circumstance(s) outside of your control, to the extent that your results are very different to those you normally achieve, there is an option to request a retake of one or more of your assessments (including examinations, coursework and dissertations). This is an exceptional arrangement which we have put in place this year.
If you are considering this retake option you need to think very carefully about it, particularly if you have actually passed overall, so we have provided more detailed guidance in the FAQs.
Following the publication of results, you will have five working days to make a reasonable request to retake one or more of your assessments (including examinations, coursework and dissertations). For coursework and dissertations, the option to retake applies to work with an original or extended submission date between 28 March and 12 June (inclusive) as well as coursework set as alternative assessments for Summer Term exams.
It is important that you do not make any decisions until you have sought academic advice from your School/Department.
If you are not clear what your results mean you should speak with the named contact in your School/Department. They can help guide you and discuss what you can do if your results may be problematic for you.
Please note, if you submitted a CIP request to defer an examination but then subsequently chose to take the exam then your paper has been marked and will be included in your overall results calculation.
What if I have failed to graduate or progress or I am a PGT student who has failed a module?
Students registered on an undergraduate programme or an Integrated Master’s programme have a right to a reassessment if they have failed or are not qualified in the relevant Part or Final Examination. You will therefore automatically be offered a resit as in any normal year.
Students registered on postgraduate taught programmes have a right to re-assessment, on one occasion only, in any module which they have failed. You will therefore automatically be offered a resit as in any normal year. The exception to this is the dissertation module where the right to resit is restricted (see Section 28.6.3 of the Assessment Handbook).
A resit is a second attempt of assessment and is offered to students in any normal year should you have failed or are not qualified in the relevant Part or Final Examination, or should you fail a module (PGT). This would appear as a second attempt on your transcript and be subject to capping in classification. For more details about resits please refer to Section 28 of the Assessment Handbook for more information.
What if my results are showing as not yet available?
This can happen for a number of reasons such as late submission of an assessment or an unavoidable delay in marking. If you see Results Not Yet Available then please seek academic advice from your School/Department as soon as possible.