Accessing your results: everything you need to know
Undergraduate exam results will be published via MUSE on 7 July 2017. To access your results, sign in to MUSE and click on myResults in the Online Results box (top right). You will need your University username and password.
Your online results statement will also provide you with important information about what to do next, such as what to do if you need to re-sit, or how to register for graduation if you're a final year student.
If you are receiving Achieve More Level 1 results, these will published in myResults at the same time your other results.
If you are an Erasmus or Study Abroad student, you can find key information about the publication of your results on the exams webpages. If you have an issue with your results and would like to make an appeal, you can find all the information you need on the Academic Appeals webpage. The Student Advice Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org) can also advise on the grounds for submitting an appeal.*
As well as being able to access your exam results on 7 July, you will also be able access an updated version of your Internal HEAR (accessible on MUSE via My services -> View all services -> HEAR). All students who commenced their studies in September 2012 or after have a HEAR, which records your extra-curricular achievements and experiences at University as well as your academic results. Achieve More results will also be visible in Section 4.3 of your HEAR.
You can use your HEAR (in conjunction with the Feedback Portal) to review your progress and to plan what you still want to achieve during the rest of your time at Sheffield. Please note that you must access your latest exam results via myResults before viewing your HEAR. If you don't, you will miss important announcements about your next steps.
Even though your Internal HEAR will be accessible at the same time as your exam results, your Official HEAR (the version of your HEAR that you can share with people outside the University, e.g. prospective employers) will not be available until a later date. The reason for this is that is issued as a PDF and therefore we need to make sure that there no updates to be made to your student record before we make it available to you.
You can access this official PDF snapshot of your HEAR so far via our secure online ShARe system. Please note that when your HEAR is updated in ShARe, it will replace any previous versions. If you have shared your previous HEAR with others, you will need to re-share the new version. For more information about ShARe, visit the SSiD website.
If you are about to complete your course, then the HEAR you are issued with during Graduation Week will provide you with a full record of your university learning and achievements. You will be able to continue to access this via ShARe after you have left the University, but you need to do a couple of things before Graduation Week. Visit the Graduation website for more details.
For more information about how to access your HEAR, visit the HEAR website. If you have any questions about your HEAR, please contact email@example.com. If you have any questions about the ShARe service, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please note that the University’s General Regulations for First (Undergraduate) Degrees include limits on the number of examination attempts available to students. Only three attempts (a first attempt and two resits) are permitted during the first year of undergraduate study, and only two attempts (a first attempt and one resit) are permitted for the second year (and third year for Integrated Masters courses). Resit marks are capped at the pass mark for the module, and students who exhaust their resit opportunities before achieving a Pass will be withdrawn from their studies by the University. Final Year students who have not received an award may be permitted to re-sit in the following academic session. For more information about repeating a period of study, visit the SSiD website.