results online

Page last updated:
08 Sep 2021

Your assessment results will be made available on Results Online. You will be given your marks for each assessment (or component) and an average for each module.

On this page is information about how to access your results through our Results Online system.

When can I access my results?

Your results will be available online 7 days after the Board of Examiners Meeting for your course when results are confirmed / ratified. Your course administrator should be able to advise you when your results will be available online and what to do should you find you haven't passed an assessment. 

How can I access my results?

Results can be accessed by our Results Online system. You can log in with your computer ID (e.g. c1234567) and password.

Whatever your results, you should make an appointment with your personal tutor to discuss the assessments and how you can improve or continue your success.

I can't access my results - what do I do?

Please note that Results Online cannot be accessed via Mobile and Tablet devices.

If you are having problems logging in to Results Online there may be a problem with your username or password. You will note that there is a 'Password Problems' button in the bottom right-hand corner of the login screen which will help you to reset your password. You are advised to click on this button as this is likely to be the quickest and easiest way to resolve any problems.

If you continue to have login or password problems, please get in touch with staff at the IT Helpdesks at City and Headingley campus libraries, who will be able to help. Alternatively, you can contact the Student IT Support team by email, phone or live chat. 

If there are no results shown, the results may have not been released yet or there may be a query with the results. If you believe your results should be online and they aren’t, your course administrator may be able to help.

Can I appeal my results?

If you wish to appeal against a decision of the Board of Examiners, you have 15 working days after you receive your results to submit a request for an appeal hearing. The Students’ Union Advice Service offers help with academic appeals and can be contacted on 0113 812 8400 or at suadvice@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

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If you have logged into Results Online but your results are not showing, this could be for a number of reasons

Your results have not yet been released into Results Online by your course administration team:

  • The Board of Examiners for your course might not have been held yet
  • It might not have been 7 days since the Board of Examiners was held; results are usually released 7 days following the Board
  • There might be an outstanding action or query regarding your results, though this should normally be resolved within the 7 days

Your results have been removed from Results Online:

  • There may have been a change to the results that were originally released into Results Online. These will need to be re-released by your course administration team
  • There may have been an error in the results released into Results Online (in which case they will be changed and re-released by your course administration team)
  • If this is the case, Results Online will automatically notify the member of staff so that the necessary action can be taken

There are no results to display:

  • No results are available yet (e.g. if you have not yet finished the module)
  • The Board of Examiners for your course might not have been held yet
  • You have not done any assessments this year
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It is your responsibility to ensure that you present yourself as required for any re-assessment or repeat opportunities.

If you are unclear about what something within Results Online means then you need to speak to your course leader, academic adviser or course administrator who will be able to discuss the detail of your results with you.

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There is a big difference between these two terms.

Re-assessment means that you can undertake the re-assessment for a particular module in order to complete your level of your course (i.e. moving from level 4 to level 5 and Level 5 to Level 6) and hopefully progress to the next level of your course (if you successfully pass the module).

Re-assessment marks are usually capped at 40% (unless the specific regulations for your course state otherwise – you can check this within your course handbook). Marks for any re-assessment will be identified on Results Online with an ‘R’ next to them. These re-assessment marks count towards any calculation of your final award.

Repeating means that you have either not achieved the necessary marks / passes to proceed to the next level or to receive your award and you must return (usually the following academic year) to complete that level of your course or to re-take the whole level.

The decision of the Board of Examiners meeting will make it clear which is which. When repeating, you usually pay for any modules you repeat.

You will usually be offered the opportunity to ‘Repeat’ any modules once only. If you are repeating any modules you effectively get two chances to pass the module, once with a full range of marks (0-100%) and if you fail to achieve a pass mark at the first attempt, you usually have the opportunity to be re-assessed (0-40%).

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‘Components Pending’ usually means that you have outstanding pieces of work to complete before you can progress to the next level of your course or receive your target award. In many circumstances, this means you may have failed a module or modules and have been offered the opportunity to re-submit in those modules to achieve a pass mark (all re-assessment is capped at 40% unless the specific course regulations state otherwise).

The faculty will make it clear what you need to do in the additional comments provided and displayed within Results Online. This would usually say something similar to ‘you must undertake re-assessment in the following modules…’.

Anyone who receives this outcome and who have any doubts about what to do or where to go for further information or advice should contact their course leader or course administrator who will be able to advise further.

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You need to contact your course administrator who can give you further information about the following:

  • Re-assessment examination timetables
  • Deadlines for the submission of coursework for re-assessment
  • Where you can find further information about assessment tasks

If you have other queries, it’s likely that your course leader can help to interpret what you need to do or to help you decide what to do next.

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Level Incomplete usually means that you have completed all the assessments you were expected to complete within that academic year but you still need to undertake assessment for further modules before the university can formally say that you have progressed to the next level of your course.

This is normally due to the fact that a Part-time student is only part way through a level at the time of the Board of Examiners meeting.

Anyone who receives this outcome and who have any doubts about what to do or where to go for further information or advice should contact their course leader or course administrator who will be able to advise further.

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You need to speak to your course leader in the first instance to discuss any concerns you may have. You can find who your course leader is in your course handbook. They will then refer the matter as appropriate to relevant people or members of staff who can assist.

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