Hello guys, it me again, Paul White. The result was finally released about two weeks ago and many students are complaining that they don’t know how to check their result. So today we are going to learn how to check our results on the new NOUN Portal, am also going to explain the result page so that you will know what all the features that are provided in the result page mean.
Am going to try and make this as simple as possible but if there is any part you don’t understand you can leave your questions on the comment box and I will get back to you ASAP.
Let’s get started.
You have to visit the NOUN website i.e. nouonline.net. You can do this using your smart phone or laptop. I would recommend you us Google chrome internet browser and a very fast internet connection.
After the website opens up you should click on “Student Login” button.
After the student login page opens, you have to enter your Matric Number and Password so that you will be logged in to you personal portal. If you don’t have the password yet please visit the ICT Department of your Study Centre so that they can create one for you.
After a successful login click on the “Courses” button at the top of the page and a drop down menu list will come up.
Select “Result” from the menu list so that you will be taken to your personal result page
Understanding the result page
- At the left hand corner you will see your CGPA, it has been calculated for you so you don’t need to do the calculation yourself.
- Moving down a little bit you will see your Grade Statistics, it shows you how many A’s, B’s, C’s, D’s, E’s and F’s you have gotten throughout your studies in the school.
- At the right hand corner you will see your “Academic Performance Report” which is divided into two.
- Statement of Result – it shows you the entire course you have ever taken in NOUN and your grades on them, the courses are arranged alphabetically.
- Performance timeline – here you will find all the courses you have ever taken in NOUN but this time they are divided into semesters, which means it shows you academic performance from your first semester exam till the last semester exam you took.