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Prior to the submission of Class Lists in the Easter Term

It is the responsibility of the Chairman of Examiners (Senior Examiners in the case of NST Parts II and III) to confirm the planned submission date of the Class Lists to the Student Registry.

The Student Registry will contact faculties and departments by email requesting that the 'Confirmation of Class List Submission Form' be completed. This will need to be returned by email to by 30th April each year.

Please note this is only a requirement for Class Lists being published in the Easter Term.

Class List publication

The Chairman of Examiners (Senior Examiners in the case of NST Parts II and III) is responsible for producing the final Class List and supporting information, which is submitted to the Student Registry in person or via email. Please click on the link below for information regarding what should be included on the Class List, and also a detailed breakdown of the information you need to bring with you if you are submitting the Class List in person.

Submission of Class Lists to the Student Registry

After receipt, the Student Registry will process the class list and publish individual class results to the student's CamSIS account as soon as possible throughout the day. As a result of the ballot on Grace 2 of 29 July 2021 (discontinuation of the public dsplay of class lists) announced in the Reporter on 8th December 2021 there will no longer be class lists or lists of successful candidates published at the Senate House or in the Reporter going forward. Colleges will continue to receive complete lists, the full lists are provided to the Colleges by the University for internal College use only. To comply with the terms of GDPR legislation, these full lists should not be displayed nor shared with third parties.

Any lists that are received after 2pm (either in person or via email) may not be published to Colleges that day and may be held over until the next available posting time. If you cannot ensure that you will be able to deliver the list by 2pm, we advise you to inform students that the publication date will be later than the Final Examiners meeting date. Whilst every effort will be made to ensure swift publication, we will not rush to publish results.

Lists are processed in chronological order of receipt, therefore upon delivery there is no guarantee your list will be dealt with immediately and there could be a delay of several hours before publication. However, should the Class List be delivered before 2pm, every effort will be made to publish this to Colleges the same day.

No Class Lists should be published/displayed in departments or faculties, the result of the ballot on Grace 2 of 29 July 2021 (discontinuation of the public dsplay of class lists) prohibits such display or publication.


Changes to Class Lists after publication

Corrections to Class Lists

If an examiner becomes aware of any errors in the Class List, they should contact the Secretary of the Board of Examinations, who must be informed of any substantive change involving a classing decision. Prior to publication in the Reporter, providing the change is not substantive, all that is usually necessary is to submit a corrected list to the Student Registry and to forward the relevant changes to the marks recorded in the Grade Roster. The Chairman of Examiners will be notified of any corrections prior to reissuing the class list.

If the Class List has already been published in the Reporter this constitutes an amendment requiring the publication of a Notice in the subsequent edition of the Reporter.

Amendments to Class Lists

Any change to a student's class constitutes an amendment to the class list approved by the Examiners. Amendments are only made in the following circumstances:

  • as a consequence of the Examinations Review Procedure where the Chairman and two other Examiners have agreed to raise the student's class;
  • as a consequence of a recommendation by the Applications Committee authorising the Chairman of examiners to raise a student's class;
  • as a consequence of an error in calculating or recording marks when classing a candidate.