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When and how are module marks released?

Once a piece of work submitted by a student is marked (and second marked and, if necessary, moderated by an External Examiner), the Module Tutor enters the mark on e:Vision.

When all the marks for a particular module are entered and the module result is 'calculated', those marks will be available for students to view on e:Vision. Marks at this stage are 'unapproved' and are subject to change.

If students want to query their module marks with their faculty, they must do so after the marks have been confirmed at Subject-area Assessment Panels, not before.

For Semester 1 modules, these unapproved marks will be available from February, and for Semester 2 modules and year long modules, these will be available from June onwards.

Marks are formally approved at Subject-area Assessment Panels in February and June, and degrees and other awards are approved at Board of Examiners meetings in March and July. There is also a Board of Examiners meeting each September, following the August resit period.    

The module results process, in a nutshell:   

Student

 

Module Tutor

 

Faculty Management

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Student submits work or sits examination

       
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Module Tutor marks work

   
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Second tutor and external examiner 'second mark' work

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Module Tutor enters mark onto Student Records System

   
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Student can view their unapproved mark on e:Vision once all marks for that module are in. This mark is subject to final approval and may change

       
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Faculty convene Subject-area Assessment Panel and formally approve module marks

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Student can view their final, confirmed mark on e:Vision