University of Reading cookie policy

We use cookies on reading.ac.uk to improve your experience, monitor site performance and tailor content to you.

Read our cookie policy to find out how to manage your cookie settings.

Publication of results

Degree classifications for finalists are formally published following the University Awarding Board. Marks for finalists are published individually to the student's RISISweb portal at the same time.

Results for Parts 1 and 2 will be emailed to students and later published individually to the student's RISISweb portal following the University Progression Board. Approximate times for the issue of emails to Part 1 and 2 students are indicated below.

Type of mark to be released Date and time How it's released
PROVISIONAL classifications and marks for Finalists (excluding BA Children's Development and learning) Wednesday 22 June 2022, 3pm student portal
Finalised marks for Postgraduate 12 month programmes Friday 1 July 2022, by 3pm email & student portal

International Foundation Programme

(October cohort)

Monday 4 July 2022, by 3pm

By the school

Part 0

(excluding International Foundation Programme)

Monday 4 July 2022, 3pm

email & student portal

Part 1

(excluding Institute of Education, except Education Studies)

Monday 4 July 2022, 3pm

email & student portal

Part 2

(excluding Institute of Education, except Education Studies)

Tuesday 5 July 2022, 3pm

email & student portal

Part 3 students on 4 year Integrated Masters programmes

Tuesday 5 July 2022, 3pm

email & student portal

CONFIRMED Classifications and marks for Finalists

(excluding BA Children's Development and learning)

Friday 8 July 2022, 3pm

student portal

BA CDL Finalists; BA(Ed) Parts 1 & 2; and PGCEs, Institute of Education; NUIST Parts 0, 1 & 2

Tuesday 19 July 2022, 3pm

email & student portal

International Foundation Programme

(January cohort)

Thursday 4 August 2022,

3pm

By the school

BIT Parts 1 & 2 (first attempt) Thursday 11 August 2022, 3pm email & student portal

Resits for International Foundation Programme

Wednesday 7 September 2022, 3pm

By the school

Resits (non-finalists)

Thursday 15 September 2022, 3pm

student portal

Classifications and Marks for Finalist resits and Masters degrees

Thursday 10 November 2022, 3pm

student portal

 

Your Results and Exceptional Circumstances

Results will be published on different dates depending on your level of study. If after results publication you believe that your performance in your centrally timetabled examinations has been affected by an extenuating circumstance in the summer term, you will have five working days to use the Post-results Exceptional Circumstances process to request to take the examination again. More information on Exceptional Circumstances can be found here

 
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 you have any concerns about your results.
 
For any students who were granted to be ‘Deemed Not to Have Sat’ (DNS) in their examinations prior to the exam period but subsequently chose to take their exams then please note the marks from that exam will be included in your overall results calculation.

 

Reassessment

A resit is different to being ‘Deemed Not to Have Sat’ (DNS). A resit is a second attempt of assessment and is offered to students who have failed or are not qualified in the relevant Part, or who have failed 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.
 

Non-finalist undergraduates or students on an Integrated Master’s programme

Non-finalist students registered on an undergraduate programme or an Integrated Master’s programme have a right to re-assessment, on one occasion only, if they have failed or are not qualified in the relevant Part and will automatically be offered a resit for the next available exam period.
 

Postgraduate taught students

Students registered on postgraduate taught programmes have a right to re-assessment, on one occasion only, in any module which they have failed and will automatically be offered a resit for the next available exam period. The exception to this is the dissertation module where the right to resit is restricted (see Section 28.6.3 of the Assessment Handbook).
 

Undergraduate and Integrated Master’s programme finalists

Finalist students registered on an undergraduate programme or an Integrated Master’s programme only have the right to resit where they have failed their degree overall. Please note that where a finalist is eligible for resits, their overall classification will be capped at a Pass degree, with the exception of Integrated Masters, MPharm Pharmacy, BSc Architecture and BSc Speech and Language Therapy.
 

How will I be offered my resits in a failed module?

Non-finalist students will be offered the opportunity to select resits either via a link in your results email or via a subsequent email from the Exams Team. Details about selecting your resits will be included in these emails. The deadline for selecting which modules to resit is 19 July 2022.
 
Please note that for non-finalists, you will need to select your resits at the same time as you request a further attempt at examination (DNS) as part of the Post-results Exceptional Circumstances Process. If you have any questions about this process, please contact the Exams Team.
 

Further advice and guidance

 
If you have any further queries not answered on this page, you can contact the following for advice and help:
 
Your Student Support Coordinator, ISLI Helpdesk or HBS School Office
Your Academic Tutor, your School Director of Academic Tutoring, or your School Director of Teaching & Learning
The Advice Service at RUSU (advice@rusu.co.uk) or 0118 378 4100
You can also email take-home-exam@reading.ac.uk
Greenlands-based students should contact 01491 418728

Trailing credit students

I am trailing credits from a Part from a previous year. What will my results look like?

In September 2020 you were allowed to re-enroll and continue with the next Part of your degree before having passed the Part you were studying in 2019/20. At the end of the 2020/21 academic year you will have received two sets of results, for your trailed Part (the modules originally taken in 2019/20) and for your current Part (the modules taken for the first time in 2020/21). If you have continued to trail credits in 2021/22, perhaps due to a period of suspension, you will also receive two sets of results and these sets of results are due to be published on the dates outlined on 'Publication of results'.
 
If your performance in centrally timetabled exams taken this summer for 2019/20 or 2020/21 modules was impacted by circumstances outside of your control please refer to the Post-results Exceptional Circumstances guidance.
 
Remember that you must pass both the trailed Part and the current Part before you can progress to the next Part of your degree. You will therefore need to check both sets of results to understand your overall position. When your results are published the Exams Team will write to you regarding any resits you are entitled to take. If you are not sure what they mean or what you need to do next, contact your Support Centre, Henley Helpdesk or ISLI Admin Office who will have details of staff in your school who can advise you.

 

Things to do now

Contact Us