On your results page, each transcript will include a grade next to each module which conforms to a particular Result Code i.e P for Pass, F for Fail etc. You will find a glossary of all the Result Codes and what they indicate at the bottom of your results page.
If you have failed an exam, don’t panic! To register for your re-sit exams, a link will be provided on your Student Apps page under ‘My Details’ from 27 June. Registry also have a link with all the relevant information at https://www.dcu.ie/registry/examinations/resits.shtml The re-sit exam period is scheduled to take place from the 8th until the 20th of August inclusive. For more information around important dates see DCU’s academic calendar.
If you have questions or would like to discuss any of the results you receive, two days have been designated whereby you may sit down with the relevant lecturer and your exam paper to discuss your marks. These consultation days are Thursday June 23th and Friday June 24th. If you wish to do this, you should email your lecturer as soon as possible to arrange a meeting with them. Some lecturers may have a feature on loop which you can schedule a consultation day pertaining to the module. Forms for appealing results can be found here.
Only those undergraduate students who have completed their final year will receive a physical transcript in the post, while all others will receive ETranscripts. All postgraduate students will receive a transcript where you have an overall final result for your programme. E-transcripts will be available from your Student Apps page under the link ‘Digital’, one week from the release of your results. If you wish to receive a physical copy of your transcript, you can email Registry at email@example.com, or by calling into the Registry Office in The Street in the Henry Grattan Building. Physical transcripts cost EUR5 for one year or EUR15 for a full set including all years.
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