The Examinations Office is responsible for the central administration of the end of term or final semesterised examinations.
The services include:
The Exams Office is located in Room U116 (first door on the right inside the main entrance) of the Business IT Building, North Campus, Dromtacker, Tralee.
Making Contact: Exams Office Helpdesk is open daily (Monday to Friday 10.30am to 12.30pm)
Sinead Griffin, Examinations Officer tel: 066 714 5604 email: email@example.com
Frances Harney, Examinations Office tel: 066 714 5640 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
First Day of Lectures in Semester 1-- *Monday 11th September 2017 for 1st Year students
- Wednesday 13th September 2017 for continuing students
Last Day of Lectures in Semester 1-- Friday, 8th December 2017 for 1st Year Students
- Tuesday, 12th December 2017 for continuing students
Revision and Assessment Period
(Practical, Oral and Aural Examinations)-Monday, 11th December 2017 - Thursday 14th December 2017
1st year Examinations will commence on Wednesday 13th December 2017
Written Examinations Semester 1 -Friday 15th December 2017 - Wednesday 10th January 2018
(Saturday 6th January 2018 may be used for examinations)
Results Available Online-Friday, 26th January 2018 at 2:00pm
Deadline for applying online re Staff/Student Meetings-Tuesday, 30th January 2018 by 2:00pm
Staff/Student Meetings-Friday, 2nd February 2018 (2:00pm to 5:00pm)
Deadline for reviews/rechecks-Monday, 5th February 2018 by 1:00pm
First Day of Lectures in Semester 2-Monday, 22nd January 2018
Last Day of Lectures in Semester 2-Friday, 4th May 2018
Revision/Assessment Period-Tuesday, 8th May 2018 - Thursday, 10th May 2018
Examinations Semester 2-Friday, 11th May 2018 - Tuesday, 22nd May 2018
(Saturday, 19th May 2018 may be used for examinations)
Results Available Online-Monday, 11th June 2018 (2:00pm)
Deadline to contact Examinations Office re Staff/Student Meetings-Tuesday, 12th June 2018 (5:00pm)
Staff/Student Meetings-Friday, 15th June 2018 (11:00am)
Deadline for reviews/rechecks-Tuesday, 12th June 2018 (5:00pm)
Autumn Examinations: Monday, 13th August - Friday, 31st August 2018
Results Available Online at 2:00pm: Monday, 10th September 2018 (2:00pm)
Deadline to register on-line for Staff/Student Meetings: Tuesday, 11th September 2018 (2:00pm)
Staff/Student Meetings: Friday, 14th September 2018 (from 2:00pm)
Deadline for reviews/rechecks: Monday, 17th September 2018 (2:00pm)
When provisional results are released, you can find them in your Student Self Service
Use your TNumber and PIN (emailed to you from email@example.com) and select the current academic year (eg 2017/2018)
What you will find on your Provisional Examination Results:
You can see your final result in each of the modules examined and overall academic standing. You may also find comments or instructions from a Lecturer/School or Department in relation to a module. We advise you to follow up on the comments or instructions accordingly.
You have the option of meeting with your Lecturer(s) to discuss your provisional exam result(s). If you wish to avail of this opportunity, you must register before the deadline for the relevant examination session. Please refer to the Key Examination Dates for deadlines.
To arrange a meeting, you must logon to Self Service Banner https://ssb.ancheim.ie/ittralee/. Instructions on how to arrange Student Lecturer Meetings are available here: User Guide - Steps to Arrange Optional Meetings with Lecturers
Students who wish to request a recheck/review of their results should complete and submit Form E1, in accordance with the provisions of Section 2.7 of the Institute Rights and Responsibilities, to the Examinations Office by the specified deadline. Please refer to Key Examination Dates Section for deadlines.
Request for recheck/review will only be considered when submitted on Form E1 and accompanied by the appropriate fee.
Please refer to the Examinations Review Recheck Information and use the correct forms published in your Blackboard (details emailed to you from firstname.lastname@example.org.)
A Statement of Examinations Results is a formal statement of your end of stage examination performance, ratified by the Institute of Technology Tralee. All undergraduate students will receive an electronic Statements of Examination Results at the end of each stage of study through a secure online solution product called Digitary.
The electronic document is a web based digitally certified document, electronically signed by the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Registrar. It can be viewed, printed, downloaded and shared electronically as a digital document with anyone you authorise (e.g. potential employer(s), recruitment agencies, other Higher Education Institutions).
Click here DIGITARY SIGN IN
CURRENT STUDENT FIRST/INITIAL LOGIN
Students/Graduates on their first login should follow the instructions emailed to their student email account.
It is recommended to change login credentials to something easier to remember. Many students connect their Digitary account with another personal account such as Facebook, Linkedin, Google+ or another private email account. To do this, select the down arrow next to your name (top right of screen), select 'profile settings' to view a list of social media sites that you can link to or to add another private email account.
IF YOU HAVE GRADUATED AND/OR ARE NO LONGER A STUDENT AT ITT:
Your email/computer login password will expire after a certain period of time. If you are unable to login using your tnumber and ITT computer account password, then you can try using your student tnumber and your self-service pin (emailed to you before your most recent exam session by email@example.com) It is important to connect or set up personal access to the Digitary tool using credentials that are easier to remember.
To access and view Statement of Examination Results you can click on the link below using the following instructions:
1. Click on the organisation button and type in Institute of Technology Tralee, then press the 'Continue' Button;
2. Type in your tnumber and your ssb pin (emailed to you from firstname.lastname@example.org before your last examination session);
3. You will see a statement about digitary and be asked to accept or reject it;
4. If you accept - You will be prompted for a new personal email and new login details;
5. You can view your transcript, share etc from there;
6. This is the link: DIGITARY SIGN IN
Students must register online (between 13 June to 22 June) to enter for the Autumn Examination Session.
If you intend to register for the Autumn Examation Session and you were
please login to your Student Self Service using your Tnumber and PIN Student Self Service.
For instructions in how to complete the registration process, please see the user guide Register and Pay for Autumn Examinations
If you have to pay the Autumn Exam Fee, it will appear on the screen. You can pay using the online secure payment service. You will need your Visa Debit or Credit Card to complete the transaction.
Please note that the fee paid is non-refundable. You will receive email confirmation that the registration and payment (if applicable) is successful.
Timetables for Autumn Examinations will be available to Autumn-Registered students at the end of July or early August on Exam Timetables.
If you would like to request a copy of provisional results issued to you by post (pre 2017), you should complete an application for Copy of Transcript of Results Request Form.
There is a €10 charge for each copy of transcript requested. Please note that many paper records are stored off-site and may take up to 7-10 days to retrieve, verify and get in the post to you. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com.
From July 2017, Undergraduates will receive a digital Statement of Examination Results through Digitary. Students/Graduates will have received notification via their student email.
The Europass Diploma Supplement is issued to graduates of higher education institutions along with their parchment and transcripts of results. The Diploma Supplement provides additional information regarding the award which is not available on the official certificate (Degree Parchment) such as the skills and competences acquired, the level of the qualification and the results gained, and entry requirements and access opportunities to the next level of education etc. This makes it more easily understood, especially for employers and institutions outside the issuing country. The Europass Diploma Supplement was developed jointly by UNESCO and the Council of Europe.
The Diploma Supplement is available to all ITT Graduates from 2016 on. It is issued in English and is given automatically and free of charge to every student upon Conferred Award. The Diploma Supplement is available to you via the Digitary online tool (Digitary Sign-in).