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Below is a list of helpful resources to assist with queries you may have about your exam results. Next image

SLL are here to support students during this time, we will have query desks around campus so please stop by or drop us an e-mail to [email protected]

Best of luck everyone! 

Exam Results 

This is where you access your exams results on-line. 

Exam results

Reset Password

If you are having difficulty logging in to get your results, and need to reset your password click here. 

Re-set your password to access your results on-line

School Office contact details

If you have queries about your results and need to contact your School Office, click here:

School Office contact details  for Exam Results queries

Staff contact details

Staff directory – if you need to contact your lecturer

Exam Information Hub

This is central hub of exams results related information:

Exam results Information Hub

Viewing your scripts

If you want to apply to view your exam script, please click here:

Viewing of scripts

Please note the closing date

Appeals

Examination results may be appealed on the basis of perceived substantive irregularity or inequity in the examination process or in the delivery of the prescribed curriculum.

Please click here for more information:

Appeals

Please note the closing date

Exam Regualtions

Exam Procedures & Regulations

Ask a question on-line

If you are not on campus, and not sure who to contact, please use this on-line form to ask a question:

Ask an Exam Results Question

What do the letters beside my results mean?

Exam results abbreviations

EngageWIT is a new initiative launched by Student Life & Learning team that aims to provide supports to all students from second year onwards. It contains vital information around the supports and services within the Institute, in an effort to ensure that you have the best academic, personal and social experience whilst here as a student.

For more information on this, or to schedule and EngageWIT presentation, please contact our Student Engagement Administrator Marie Sheedy on [email protected]

The Computing & Maths Learning Centre is located in FTG25 on the Cork Road Campus. Maths image

It is open to all students.

There is no need to make an appointment and it is free of charge.

It provides additional support to students with the maths content of their courses. It is also a quiet study area for students to work on their maths assignments. Students should bring their own class notes, homework or past exam papers. The tutor may not have access to your course material so it is important that you bring your own.

All students welcome — No need to make an appointment — Bring your notes and class work!

Full details on the centre's opening hours and timetable for this semester are available here. 

There are also academic writing available to all students. (Please click on the next tab)

A full schedule of academic writing workshops are available to all students for semester 2 via zoom. These will be run over an 8 week period covering a wide range of topics. These workshops are free to WIT students. if you have any queries in relation to these workshops please email [email protected]  

One to One Library Help

One to ones aim to give personalized, in-depth library support for WIT undergraduate students, postgraduate students and staff. So whether you are starting out in the first year of your course or looking for a refresher on library databases we are here to help you.


One to one library help is delivered online via Zoom and is available Monday - Friday.


The session will :
- Focus on your specific assignment/research topic when looking at library resources
- Give you tips on how to best search the database using keywords and phrases
- Show you database features that make your searches more effective and more efficient
- Help you get the full-text of the books, ebooks and academic journal articles you need
- Show you where to find useful library guides on Evaluating Information, Referencing, Literature Reviews & more
- Address any other library related queries you have
- You can sign up for a session using the link on this page. We will contact you within two working days to schedule and/or confirm the session.
 

You can check the library guides here

During the semester Student Life and Learning run Academic Writing Workshops for students who might need some direction on writing reports, projects, referencing etc. Please come along to our Zoom sessions for assistance with your academic writing.There is no need to book, just drop in to a session that suits you. Its also free. 

The workshops will take place every Monday and Friday for 8 weeks which start on Monday 1st February.

Meeting Details:

Meeting ID: 912 6662 0395

Passcode: WIT

Link: Academic Workshop Link 

Week     Day Date Time Topic
Week 1 Monday 1st February 5pm Academic Writing Overview
  Friday 5th February 5pm Academic Writing Overview
Week 2 Monday 8th February 5pm Essay Planning
  Friday 12th February 5pm Essay Planning
Week 3 Monday 15th February 5pm Referencing 
  Friday 19th February 5pm Referencing
Week 4 Monday 22nd February 5pm Reading Effectively
  Friday 26th February 5pm Reading Effectively
Week 5 Monday 1st March 5.15pm Editing & Proof Reading
  Friday 5th March 5.15pm Editing & Proof Reading
Week 6 Monday 8th March 5.15pm Literary Reviews & Reading Effectively
  Friday 12th March 5.15pm Literary Review & Reading Effectively
Week 7 Monday 15th March 5.15pm Academic Toolkit & Time Saving Tips
  Friday 19th March 5.15pm Academic Toolkit & Time Saving Tips
Week 8 Monday 22nd March 5.15pm Referencing & Report Writing
  Friday 26th March 5.15pm Referencing & Report