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Self-report your grades

If you're a current grade 12 student at a Canadian high school (including offshore and IB schools), you must self-report your interim/final grade 11 and 12 marks or predicted IB grades through your UVic application.

When to self-report

Self-reporting opens on February 15 and closes on March 15. You will only be able to access the self-reporting section of your application after you receive your introductory email from your admission assistant.

You can only self-report your grades once. Make sure to wait until you know your midterm grades or feel you can provide a reasonable estimate of the final grades you will achieve.

Next steps for current applicants

Sign up for a Next Steps webinar to get advice on self-reporting and have your questions answered by UVic student recruiters. Webinars are offered in February and March.

How to self-report

To self-report your grades, log into your profile in the UVic application portal. After logging in, you'll be able to check the status of your application and self-report your grades using the link provided.

All self-reported grades are subject to verification.

Distance/online courses

It is strongly recommended that you have already completed 50% or more of the course assignments/tests to self-report an online course, if taken through a distance-learning provider and not your regular high school.

You must finish the course no later than June 30. The distance-learning provider must submit your final grade to the Ministry of Education by the end of June to be included on your official transcript. It is not possible to allow extensions to this timeline.