Sign in: Staff/Students
Students have been emailed today (27 July) with some important information about resits and retakes. Make sure you read through the detail for advice about what to do if you have been notified of the need to resit or the opportunity to retake either by your academic department, or in the results portal.
A resit is applicable where an assessment or module has been failed and a student has to take an assessment again for progression or classification purposes.
FINAL YEAR STUDENTS ONLY: resits of failed assessments to achieve a classified honours degree without accepted Extenuating Circumstances, must take place at the next ordinary sitting (i.e. January/February or May/June 2022), as indicated in the Code of Practice on Assessment, Appendices I and J.
Please also read our FAQ pages, which contain more detailed information about resits and retakes, how to tell if you have missing marks remaining, and your next steps to inform us of your resit and retake intentions, before contacting your School Support Office with any additional queries.
You can watch our instructional video for further guidance on how to interpret the data in your results portal.
All recent news
Join us for a ‘Great Read’
Volunteering opportunity to support the delivery of Liverpool’s International Student Welcome
Liverpool Literary Festival welcomes live audiences back for 2021
Download your free Canvas student app today
Documentary film about L8 to be released next month
Need some new books for the start of term? Don't forget to check out our on-campus bookstore @BlackwellLiv 💙
Who spotted my other event for @LivUni Literary Festival?
Covid for Kids!
23 October 3-4pm @VictoriaGallery
Tickets are free, but limited so book soon!
In this video Neil Gaiman (@neilhimself), patron of the Science Fiction Foundation, introduces some of the wonders and oddities from our holdings!
Did you know that we hold the largest catalogued collection of science fiction in Europe?🚀