Please find the explanation for outcome codes given in the transcript. This is from the student handbook 2019-2020, page # 29 & 30.
5.5.2 The Examination Board’s decision may be any of the following as per the normal practice in Higher Education in the United Kingdom:
|PASS/Outstnding/ Excellent/Commendable/Good/ Satisfactory||Passed the module with an overall grade of 40% and above|
|FAIL||Failed with an overall grade of 39% or less than 39%, and hence, should retake the module|
|RA||Referral in an in-semester assessment|
|RE||Referral in an end-of-semester examination|
|RS||Referral in the final assessment|
|RAS||Referral in both the assessments; in-semester and final assessment|
|RAE||Referral in both the assessments; in-semester and end-of-semester examination|
|RARARS||Referral in all the assessments; in-semester and final assessment|
|RARARE||Referral in all the assessments; in-semester and end-of-semester examination|
|RARA||Referral in two assessments; both in-semester|
|RA PASS /RE PASS/RS PASS/ RAE PASS / RAS PASS||Pass after Refer in in-semester assessment|
|RA FAIL / RE FAIL / RS FAIL / RAE FAIL / RAS FAIL||Fail after Refer in in-semester assessment|
|RA1||Referral in an in-semester assessment but for a reason, e.g., illness. The Refer mark will be awarded in full.|
|RE1||Referral in an end-of-semester examination but for a reason, e.g., illness. The Refer mark will be awarded in full.|
|UMC||Unfair Means case|
5.5.3 Referrals in assessments conducted during the semester are normally shown as RA on the transcript, while referrals in the final examinations are shown as RE. If you are referred in a final assessment that is not an examination, this will be shown as RS.
5.5.4 Referral work is marked either as a pass or fail; therefore, the maximum grade you can obtain for any referral assessment is D- (grade point 40%).
5.5.5 Failure to obtain a grade point of D-/40% in any referred assessment will result in a Fail for that module, irrespective of the grades obtained in other assessments in that module.
5.5.6 Referrals must be completed at the next assessment opportunity provided by the College, and cannot be extended indefinitely. Deferral of referral work will not be allowed, unless there are very exceptional circumstances (as listed in Section 9).
5.5.7 You are responsible for obtaining information, regarding referral assessments, including dates and timings. Such dates and timings will be published on the notice board and MyMajan App at least three weeks before the start of the examinations. You will need to ensure that you have the time and can attend all referral examinations.
5.5.8 If you choose not to use the referral opportunity without a valid reason, you will lose your right to the referral, and will automatically be given a FAIL for that module.
5.5.9 For results published in February: Referral work should be attempted in the following semester (February-June Semester). Referral work to be submitted should be accessed/ downloaded from the MOVE page of that module.
5.5.10 For results published in June, the referral work should be submitted/attempted by August. Referral work to be submitted during the summer period, i.e., July-August can be accessed/ downloaded from the MOVE page of that module immediately after the results are published in June.
5.5.11 Students will not be allowed to attempt/carry referral work after August/September other than for modules registered for in the summer semester.
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