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 on February 15 and closes on March 31.


Self-reporting averages for September 2015

In 2015, students who self-reported the following averages or IB scores were eligible for early conditional offers of acceptance.

Note: the cutoffs for September 2016 will be published on or before February 15, 2016.

Business: Commerce

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
Commerce 80% + selection 30 points + selection

If you're applying to the Commerce program, you must provide additional information to support your application.

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for more details.

Education

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
Teacher Education: Elementary Curriculum 80% + selection 30 points + selection

If you're applying to the Teacher Education: Elementary Curriculum program, you must provide additional information to support your application.

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for more details.

Engineering: Computer Science and Engineering

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
Computer Science 80% overall;
Minimum 73% in Grade 12 math
30 points
Engineering 85% overall;
Minimum 78% in Grade 12 math
32 points

Fine Arts: all programs

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
Art History and Visual Studies 75% 28 points
Music 70% + selection 26 points + selection
Music & Computer Science TBA TBA
Theatre 70% + selection 26 points + selection
Visual Arts 70% + selection 26 points + selection
Writing 85% 32 points

If you're applying to one of the following programs, you must provide additional information to support your application:

  • Music
  • Music and Computer Science
  • Theatre
  • Visual Arts

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for details and deadlines.

Human and Social Development: Child and Youth Care and Health Information Science

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
Child and Youth Care 78% + selection 29 points + selection
Health Information Science 75% 28 points

If you're applying to Child and Youth Care, you must provide additional information to support your application:

Refer to the Supplemental application information page for details and deadlines.

Humanities: all programs

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
All programs 75% 28 points

Science: all programs

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
All programs 80% overall;
Minimum 70% in Grade 12 math
30 points

Social Sciences: all programs

Program Minimum average Estimated IB score
All programs 78% 29 points

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