You've finished your assignments, worked through your revision schedule and completed your exams. From accessing your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) to wellbeing support available and resits, below we cover some of the essential information as results day approaches.
Your exam results
Results for Exam Period 2 (Tuesday 3 May – Wednesday 1 June) are due to be released on Wednesday 13 July 2022 for most students. Your results will be available on Student Records (mykcl.kcl.ac.uk), you will be notified by email when these are released.
For more information please read the 'Your exam results' article on Student Services Online.
Accessing your Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR)
The Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) is an electronic document that provides a record of your achievement during your studies, and can be useful for employers and other third parties.
It provides detailed information about your learning and achievement, and includes your module results, any awards attained and your final degree classification if applicable.
You can access your HEAR through your Gradintelligence account. King’s has set up your Gradintelligence account for you and all you need to do is activate it, if you haven’t already.
Find out more on Student Services Online by reading the 'How can I access my Gradintelligence account?' article.
Thinking about your next steps
King’s Careers & Employability are here to support you as you investigate the world of work, whether you are discovering your options, have some ideas in mind or want to take action on your career plan.
Careers & Employability resources on KEATS can help you identify what you want from your future. Here you can learn about different careers, identify your skills and experience, make decisions and get support for starting work.
If you would like to discuss your options, you can book one-to-one careers guidance appointments, practice interviews and application advice sessions in person and virtually.
Support and advice available to you
Faculty Wellbeing & Welfare Advisors can work with you to provide support for feelings related to exam outcomes and help create a ‘next steps’ plan.
You can book an appointment with an advisor by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The advisors will work with you, using a range of coaching and mentoring tools, to navigate your way through the challenges you may be experiencing. They can also support you in connecting with other specialist services, depending on your needs.
Each faculty has its own advisor and you can find out more about the team on Student Services Online.
Can I re-sit an exam?
Depending on your programme of study, you may be able to re-sit exams in Exam Period 3 if you have:
- Failed a module because of not meeting the academic requirements,
- Submitted late,
- Or not submitting or taking an online exam.
If you are given an opportunity to re-sit, please note that your module mark will be capped at the pass mark. Please speak to staff in your faculty or department to understand the specific rules about resitting exams for your modules/programme.
For more information on re-sitting exams, please read the 'Your exam results' article on Student Services Online.