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Module Results, Progression & Re-enrolment

Module Results

Results Queries

Appeals Against Decisions of Assessment Boards

Re-enrolment

Progression

Award Results


Module Results

Module Publication

Module results are published via Evision after meetings of Subject Standards Boards, which are responsible for confirming module results. The publication dates are:

Autumn
Semester
2013/14
Spring
Semester
2013/14
Summer Reassessment 2013/14 Postgraduate Dissertations Summer 2013/14
UG Autumn Semester 15-credit modules,
PG Autumn Semester modules
UG 30-credit modules,
UG Spring Semester 15-credit modules,
PG Spring Semester modules


6 March 2014
26 June 2014
4 September 2014
7 October 2014

There are a small number of courses that have non-standard timescales. In such cases, results will be published on a different timescale to the above. Please contact your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office if you require further information.

Module results cannot be released to students over the telephone and it is a student's responsibility to access their results on the relevant publication date.

Below we have clarified some issues you may come across when accessing your Module results:

If you are unable to view a module result?
There are a small number of cases where particular courses have non-standard timescales. In such cases, module results will be published according to the specific timescales of the course.
If you did not register the module, please contact your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office
If your module result is 'Provisional' or 'Pending'?
Please check Evision regularly as data is continuously updated.
If your result is of E# or P#?

This means that your overall module mark has been capped. This applies to modules registered up to and including 2011/12 Academic year. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for further information.

If your module grade is AR, BR, CR, DR or ER?

This means you have passed the module overall but have an optional reassessment to improve your mark in the component you did not achieve a mark of 40. The highest mark you can obtain for this component during the reassessment period is a capped mark of 40 (UG) 50 (PG) for modules registered from 2012/13. This may improve your overall module result

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Academic Regulations

The Assessment Regulations for students on Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes may be found in the University Academic Regulations.

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Results Queries

Module and Award Queries

If you believe an error has been made in the computation of your total marks for a module, level or award you should submit a Module Query Form to your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office within two weeks of the publication date of the assessment concerned. Students who can provide good reason for missing the deadline should submit a Procedural Defect Appeal to the Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office, attaching a completed Module Query Form. Any corrected mark(s), as a result of the query, will be entered on to your record regardless of whether it is higher, or lower, than the original mark(s).

Please note - If you are unhappy with a module mark awarded you should contact the relevant tutor for feedback.

The University has 20 working days to resolve your query. If you have not received a response from your UG/PG Office by the 20th working day after the submission of the Module Results Query Form you can submit a Procedural Defect appeal form.

Module Result Query Form
Module Result Query Form

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Re-enrolment

Online Re-enrolment

All continuing students can now re-enrol onlineapproximately 6 weeks before the start of the academic year; this means that you do not have to re-enrol in person at an enrolment session and you should receive your student loan at the beginning of term. On-line re-enrolment is available via Evision.

All undergraduate and Postgraduate students are required to have a progression code and a complete programme of studies registered before they can re-enrol.

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How to re-enrol online

The Process
Log into Evision using your normal University IT network account
You should see an in-tray on your home page
The 'action' part of your in-tray will contain the message 'Click here to re-enrol'
Click on the message and you will be taken through a series of screens
Please read and check the information on each screen carefully before moving on to the next one
Where information is missing or incorrect, please update your record accordingly
To update information and/or move on to the next screen, click Next
Please note, once you have clicked Next you will not be able to return to a previous screen
If you realise that you have made a mistake on a previous screen, for example, you forgot to update your address, continue re-enrolling on-line and then email enrolment@londonmet.ac.uk to let us know that your records need to be amended
Your re-enrolment will only be complete when you receive a message confirming a successful re-enrolment at the end of the process
You are strongly advised to complete this process in one attempt and avoid exiting the screens half way through. For most students, the process should take no more than 10 minutes
Help screens can be accessed via the '?' icon in the top right hand corner of the main screens, which should answer the majority of your questions

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Reasons why you may not be able to re-enrol at the moment

If you do not see an in-tray, or if there is no message in your in-tray then it may be because:

1. You have not been given a progression decision that allows you to re-enrol now.
2. You are currently suspended because you have a debt to the University.

If you have been suspended for financial reasons you will need to clear your debts before you can re-enrol on-line. If neither 1. nor 2. apply to you, and you do not have a message in your intray and you think that you should have, please email enrolment@londonmet.ac.uk quoting your student ID number and the nature of the problem.

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Problems logging in

For any other problems with logging in to Evision itself Click Here for further details.

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Progression

Progression Decision

Progression decisions are decisions made at the end of each academic year to confirm whether students can proceed to the next level of their course.

Failure in modules, particularly failure due to non-submission of coursework or non-attendance at an exam is likely to have serious consequences for progression through your course. In some cases, students who cannot progress will have the opportunity to repeat modules that they have failed.

A full time Level 4 (Year 1) student who fails more than 60 credits will not be able to continue on their course.

A full time Level 5 (Year 2) student who fails more than 75 credits will not be able to continue on their course. 

Any failure to progress is likely to delay your graduation and will lead to you incurring extra debt; for this reason, students who think they may be unable to attempt assessment should seek advice from their Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office/Personal Academic Tutor/Course Leader as soon as possible.

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Progression Codes

Progression Codes
PP Pass Progress CC Course Complete
PR Conditional Progression, modules outstanding DP Discontinue Provisional
PC1 Conditional Progression (one module outstanding) DW Deemed Withdrawn
R Reassessment pending NS Not Satisfactory
RL Remain at present Level FT Fail, Transfer course
RW Postgraduate student writing up FD Fail Discontinue
DD Decision Deferred WD Withdrawn

For more information on progression please look at our Academic Regulations 10.7

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Award Results

Award Publication

Awards are published via Evision after meetings of the University Awards Board, which is responsible for conferring degrees and other awards. The publication dates are:

Autumn
Semester
2013/14
Spring
Semester
2013/14
Summer Reassessment 2013/14 Postgraduate Summer 2013/14
by midday
21 March 2014 8 July 2014 12 September 2014
17 October 2014

There are a small number of cases where particular courses have non-standard timescales. In such cases, awards will be published on a different timescale to the above. Please contact your Undergraduate/Postgraduate Office if you require further information.

Award results cannot be released to students over the telephone and it is a student's responsibility to access their results on the relevant publication date.

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Academic Regulations

The Assessment Regulations for students on Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes may be found in the University Academic Regulations.

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  Page last updated : : 28 Nov 2013