Self-reporting your grades

Learn about self-reporting

Who is self-reporting for?

Self-reporting is mandatory for current Grade 12 students who are:

  • Studying in any Canadian high school curriculum (including Canadian offshore schools)
  • Completing International Baccalaureate (IB) diplomas at schools in Canada

All other students must send your grades to UVic. Refer to Step 4: Report your grades in the "Apply now" process.

What do I need for self-reporting?

During the self-reporting period, you can submit your expected grades using our application portal. You'll need:

  • Your UVic student number (received after submitting your application)
  • Your interim/final grade 11 and 12 marks or predicted IB grades

You can only self-report your grades once, so be sure to wait until you know your midterm grades or feel you are best able to provide a good estimate of the final grades you will achieve.

How do I get an early conditional offer of admission?

If you meet all of our admission requirements and have a satisfactory admission average, you will be eligible to receive an early conditional offer of acceptance.

If you don't receive an early conditional offer based on your self-reported grades, you can still be considered for conditional admission:

  • Applicants studying in the BC and Ontario curriculums will be automatically reconsidered when their electronic grades arrive in May
  • All other applicants must send an official midterm transcript after April 15

Ready to report your grades?

Self-reporting for September 2016 opens at 12:00 p.m. PST (noon) on February 15 and closes on March 31.

Self-reporting averages for September 2016

The cutoffs for September 2016 will be published on February 15, 2016.


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