Exam results for most undergraduate and taught postgraduate Semester 1 courses will be available online on the morning of Monday 6 July 2020.
The original planned release date was Friday 3 July 2020 but some extra time has been allocated to support online exams and tests.
You can access your results by logging into myUC and selecting the link “Internal Transcript & Results”.
We expect that a lot of you will be logging into myUC at the same time, so you may experience a slower than usual performance. If a final course grade does not appear on your transcript, please contact the department/school concerned during normal business hours (9am-5pm).
Results for courses not on the standard Semester 1 timetable may run to a different schedule and will be released as soon as they are available.
If you need further information about results, read more>
We understand that this is a challenging time for our students, so we are looking at ways to help make the upcoming Examination Period as smooth as possible.
Based on results from the poll over the weekend, arrangements are being made for students who need a quiet space while sitting their online exams or tests. A booking system will be put in place to allocate space to those who need this.
If you need a quiet space on campus to sit your exam or test in the Mid-year Examination Period (8-20 June), please fill out the booking form here>
Your booking must be received by the Examinations Office no later than 5 pm three working days prior to your exam. We will send you an e-mail advising you which room you have been allocated.
Please note: Bookings are for a quiet space in a standard teaching room where you can use your own laptop or suitable device. While we do have some computers available, because of physical distancing requirements, space is extremely limited and you will need to indicate you require a computer when you fill in the form.
On the day: You should report to your allocated room with your student card. While we will endeavour to create a quiet room for you to take your exam, there may be some background noise. Please be considerate of other students when arriving, leaving and during the course of your exam/s.