Results are not released to students that have debts owing to the School. Provisional exam results are also made available, in LSE for You for students taking January exams and for students on 12 month masters programmes. For more information on how and when results are released visit lse.
Degrees are awarded according to the classification scheme applicable to the year in which you started your programme. These schemes are applied by the Boards of Examiners when they meet in July and September UG resit exam board each year.
You can find the classification schemes at lse. Continuing students can request intermediate transcripts at the Student Services Centre immediately after ratified results have been published.
Final transcripts are made available electronically within a system called Digitary which allows them to be easily shared. For more information about final transcripts please visit lse. Your degree certificate will be available for collection at Graduation or can be posted to you.
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Classification Schemes Degrees are awarded according to the classification scheme applicable to the year in which you started your programme.
Degree Certificate Your degree certificate will be available for collection at Graduation or can be posted to you. Current Students Back to the Current Students page. New Arrival Back to the New Arrivals page.For 12 month MSc provisional results, please see here for further details.
Unfortunately it is not possible for staff to enter into correspondence about provisional marks. You cannot challenge, appeal or request an administrative mark check against provisional marks; you need to wait for final results to be published. If you cannot progress to the next year of your studies or complete your degree, you will receive an email with additional information about your options once final results have been released.
Final results will be confirmed by the exam boards and published in LSE for You on either Thursday 16 July or Monday 16 Novemberdepending on your programme. All first-year full unit marks will be counted twice, and any half unit marks counted once to make a total of eight first year marks.
The LLB classification is based on the eight marks achieved in all second and third year papers. You will also have an aggregate mark which is the sum of all eight 'classification marks'. The marks in all four units are used in the calculation of your classification. In addition to the School's MSc classification rules, individual Sub-Boards of Examiners can establish 'local rules' for students whose results profiles fall into the discretionary classification profiles at 5.
You are only eligible to resit any failed final year units if you cannot be classified. Penalty rules apply if you have failed more than one unit, please see the relevant Classification Scheme for further details:. If you have failed but not Bad Failed in a course s to the value of 1. If compensated by either of the above options, then a fail will automatically result in a drop in the overall award classification given to you e.
Some degree programmes have courses which are deemed to be critical to assessment.
If you need to resit any failed units to be eligible for award, your overall degree classification will be capped at a Pass. Under the School regulations, you are not allowed to be re-examined in any course which you have already passed. You are also not allowed to re-sit any failed courses if you have been awarded your degree. If you have failed a course and are eligible for a resit, you will only be re-examined in any failed assessment components, the marks for any passed components will be banked.
If you are resitting any assessments, you are only eligible to receive any teaching for the course s if you successfully apply for Repeat Teaching. First year undergraduate students other than LLB need to pass at least three units to be eligible for progression to second year. A failed unit, a deferred assessment, or an assessment from which you are absent will be counted as a non-passed unit.
For undergraduates who need to sit a deferred or failed assessment, progression will only be determined following the IRDAP.
In some circumstances the School may permit you to progress carrying up to two failed units on the basis that these will be sat at the same time as your second year assessments the following year. These cases are rare and only further to a successful application for Exceptional Progression. It is important that you read the regulations for first degrees which you can find here.
Second year undergraduate students other than LLB need to pass at least seven units out of the eight units from first and second year to be eligible for progression to third year.
In some circumstances the School may permit you to progress carrying up to two failed units on the basis that these will be sat at the same time as your third year assessments the following year.
In some circumstances the School may permit you to progress carrying up to two failed units on the basis that these will be sat at the same time as your fourth year assessments the following year. If you are a General Course student no numerical marks will published online, only exam and class grades. Your home university will determine the subsequent accreditation of the academic work completed at LSE. This is for your information only and does not constitute a transcript.
You will be automatically entered for any deferred or failed assessments during the In-Year Resit and Deferred Assessment Period IRDAPbut may opt out of taking these resit assessments if you wish, please contact the General Course Dean if you have any questions. You can also contact the Student Services Centre if you have any questions about your progression, degree classification or any academic regulations via the online enquiries form.There will be no on-campus exams in January January exams will be replaced by online assessments.
The Assessment Schedule has now been released. Please refer to January assessments below. The January assessment period will take place between Monday 11 January and Friday 15 January inclusive. The course by course January Online Assessment Schedule is now available.
Please include the following information:. Please note that events such as weddings or other personal appointments do not constitute exceptional reasons for exam timetabling purposes. Guidance about sitting exams during Ramadan can be found here.
If you have a student visa, you can work part time during your studies and full time during the vacation. The vacation time starts after the official term end date, not after your final exam.
If you are a one year Masters student and have to submit a dissertation, your vacation time starts after the official end of your programme in September. The SSC is closed for the winter break. We will resume services on Monday 4 January Wishing you all a restful… twitter. Reply Retweet Favorite. Planning your return to campus in Lent Term? Read 'Arriving on campus in January ' for the latest information… twitter. Search Go.
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Undergraduate Students: Provisional results for assessments taken in the Lent and Summer term will be released on Thursday 9 July, ahead of you receiving your final results.
We will email you your results to your LSE email address on this date. Provisional marks will be released during this period as soon as they become available, which could be at any point in the results release window. It is likely that provisional marks for courses taken in different academic departments will be released on different dates.
The School does not allow dissertation marks to be released within the provisional results window. Different timings opperate for the LLB. Details of the stages and time frames for November results will be published closer to the time. You will not be able to access your results if you owe any fees to the School. Your home university will determine the subsequent accreditation of the academic work completed at LSE. You will receive an email about one week after results have been published showing your numerical marks.
This is for your information only and does not constitute a transcript. Please contact your home university for your LSE course result. Intermediate transcripts are available from the Student Services Centre immediately after the release of results. For more information visit Intermediate Transcripts. Final transcripts are issued using the Digitary system. This allows you to share your transcript electronically and also order hard copies if required.
Your final transcript also contains comparative data which needs to be calculated after results are published. Final transcripts are usually uploaded to Digitary about three weeks after the publication of results. For more information visit Final Transcripts. For more information visit Degree Certificates. The SSC is closed for the winter break. We will resume services on Monday 4 January Wishing you all a restful… twitter.
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