Your guide to getting your results on Monday 13 June



Here is a quick guide on how to access your Module Results Statement and Progress Transcript and what the different outcomes mean

At 9am on Monday 13 June most students following our standard academic calendar will receive their module assessment results.

But what are the different outcomes? What is the difference between a deferral and a referral? And where should you go for help if you're confused or need to discuss your next steps? 

How do I get my results? 

At 9am on Monday 13th June you will receive a text message to your personal mobile number and an email to your LJMU address with a link to your results. 

This will take you to the My Results portal on MyLJMU. Log in using your LJMU username and password. 

Here you will find your results, if for some reason you have not received this link or have deleted it, you can access it here. 

What do your results mean? 

Here's what you might see on your Results Statement and what it means: 

You have successfully passed all your registered modules or Complete with Target Award – you've passed and can progress to the next year of your studies or receive your degree 

Uncapped Referral – this is classed as a non-penalised, second attempt at a module. Mark capping does not apply. This means you can achieve the maximum available mark for the module. This is only applicable for modules studied in the 2020/2021 academic year 

Referral – this is classed as a second attempt at a module. Marks are capped and the highest achievable mark is equal to the minimum passing mark for the module 

Deferral – this is classed as a first attempt at a module. Deferral marks are not capped 

Exceptional Second Referral – this is a third and final attempt at a module - Marks are capped and the highest achievable mark is equal to the minimum passing mark for the module 

Final Module Attempt (FMA) - this is a third and final attempt at a module - Marks are capped and the highest achievable mark is equal to the minimum passing mark for the module. You will be charged per credit for a final module attempt and have ten days to accept this offer. Students with FMAs will need to attend all scheduled classes during the next academic year and cannot progress to the next level of the programme. 

What next? 

  • If you haven’t successfully passed, your results statement will tell you the activity and action that needs to be undertaken and by what date, for example an exam resit or an assignment due date. 

  • Our LJMU Student Advice and Wellbeing team is also on hand if you are feeling stressed or need support following your results.  

  • If you have further questions, are confused about your results, or want more information on the next steps, contact your personal tutor, programme Leader or Registry Services, you can do this via the MyLJMU help desk form and someone will get back to you within 24 hours. 

Continuing your studies?  

How to register for the next academic year: 

For the 2022/23 academic year, registration for returning students opens on 9th August. Should we need you to, you will receive an invite to your LJMU email address and signposted on how to register for the next academic year. 

 
 

 

 


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