Results and Board Dates 2019-20 Results and Board Dates 2019-20

Marks for all students are published on e:Vision. Please note, the date of your final exam board will not necessarily be the date when results are published.

Continuing students: you should receive an email from your Hub shortly after marks are published confirming your progression to the next year. If you have not reached the pass mark in a module you may receive a referral to reassessment via email. You should receive this information by no later than 22 July 2020.

Final year students: you should receive your marks and your classification result by no later than 21 July 2020.

Unhappy with your result? You can approach your Adviser to discuss options. The Student Union and the Hub are also there to provide advice.

Extenuating Circumstances

In advance of the July Exam Boards, if you would like to report something that’s affected your academic performance this year, you can submit this via the EC process on e:Vision. Please submit before 23 June 2020 (Undergraduates and Postgraduates) to ensure we can consider it in time for your Examination Boards.


The Reassessment Period will now be 17-28 August 2020. This is a change to the originally published dates as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

At the end of the year (or usually for Postgraduate Taught students, at the end of the taught module element of your course) an Examination Board ( Board of Examiners) will meet to consider the performance of each student on the course. In cases where students have not passed their modules, they  may be offered reassessment for the failed modules.

A successful reassessment attempt will result in a capped pass mark (40% for undergraduate modules and 50% for postgraduate modules (which includes integrated masters programmes).

Examination Timetables and Practical Information

We publish the reassessment examination timetable at the end of July 2020. You are emailed relevant information and your e:Vision timetable is updated. 

Our reassessment period is fixed and will not change, so please make sure that you are available during this time in case you have to take any reassessments. Contact your Hub if you are having issues.

Fees and Resources

You can use course resources on Blackboard and past exam papers to help you study for reassessment. Your Adviser can provide you with study support and advice.

If you are referred to reassessment, you will need to pay a Reassessment fee. The standard fee for reassessment is £70 per module and you will be invoiced for this amount at the end of the reassessment period (late September). Please note that higher fees are chargeable for some assessment types including theses and placements – please refer to the Fees and Charges document (located in General Regulations) for more details.

Reassessment Results

Marks for all students are published on e:Vision. Please note, the date of your reassessment exam board will not necessarily be the date when results are published. Reassessment results  and any delayed assessments results will be published via e:Vision no later than 17 September 2020.

Student Access to their Exam Scripts Student Access to their Exam Scripts

  1. Students can ask to see their scripts via their Hubs, and can view them in the presence of a member of LTS staff.  The Hub staff will require up to 48 hours’ notice to make arrangements.

  2. Sight of their script will remind students of what they wrote and they can assess this against the generic feedback published by the Module Organiser. However, students can request a meeting with the Module Organiser to go through their script.

  3. Students should note that any marker comments on the scripts are there to help with the marking process; they were not written as feedback for students, and should not be considered feedback.

  4. This service is in addition to the generic feedback and the additional support given to students referred to reassessment. More details are available in the Senate Guidance on Assessment and Feedback, paragraph 7.1 and also the guidance for Module Organisers and Advisers on Supporting Students Undertaking Reassessment.