Alternative Viewing Days – Autumn Semester 2021/22
Due to the ongoing Covid19 Pandemic, viewing days cannot take place in the usual way, as a result, it is not possible for students to view their scripts in person. However, students can apply to receive a breakdown of their grades. The Alternative Viewing Days covers all exams/assessment irrespective of whether they were in person or online. Equally, if you submitted your assignments online, they are available to view on your Learning Management System (i.e. Sulis, Moodle etc.) that you used to submit them.
In the event that you wish to receive a breakdown of a grade from an in person exam or online assessment (for example assessment 1 = 15/30, assessment 2 = 25/40, assessment 3 = 20/30), please complete the survey on the following link: https://unioflimerick.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1zCY1BTwq7h5pVX .
The closing date for receipt of applications to receive a breakdown of grades is:
Tuesday, 25th January at 23h00.
Applications cannot be accepted after this date.
You will be contacted with the breakdown of your grade by Monday, 31st January 2022.
Please note that the above arrangements are for students who wish to view a breakdown of their 'business' module grade only (Accounting, Risk Management & Insurance, Economics, Marketing/Management and HR). Should you wish to view Law, Maths, Language, History, Politics or Sociology modules please contact the relevant department(s) to check their viewing arrangements.
KBS Viewing Days Team, KBSViewingdays@ul.ie
Students who wish to submit a grade recheck application, can do so by completing a recheck form and sending it to Graderecheck_appeal@ul.ie . Once students submit the form, they will be contacted in relation to the recheck payment fee. The recheck form is available on the following link:
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