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Support after marks release (23rd July)

Published: 23 July 2020
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Module marks and degree classifications will be accessible for students on Thursday 23rd July 2020. The week following marks release will be Guidance Week, where you will be able to raise questions about what your marks mean for you and you’ll be advised on your personal situation. Below is some information about what to do if you are not happy with your results.

If for any reason you are considering appealing your exam results, you can access help and support through the Students’ Union Advice Centre. You can discuss your options with an advisor so that you can make an informed decision about your next steps.

Remember, doing less well than you had hoped is not a failure. It is the work being assessed, not your character. There are still options for you and it is okay to need to talk things through with somebody.

Semester 2 of this academic year has brought a great deal of unexpected changes and stress that you have had to navigate alongside your workload and it is worth bearing this in mind when reading your results.

If you would like some wellbeing support after receiving your results, please contact Enabling Services via email enable@soton.ac.uk, or Student Life via email studentlife@soton.ac.uk.

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