Mid-year student reports are now available online.
We recommend you read through the information below for your student type before clicking on the blue Student reports link to view your report. Supervisors for full-time and fee-paying students will also be able to log in and view the report.
If you don’t have an email address and usually receive a report through the post, your reports will continue to be posted to you.
How to view your report
Full-time and fee-paying students
If you’re a full-time or fee-paying student, log in using your student ID number as the username, select ‘student’ as the user type, and enter your date of birth.
If you’re the supervisor of a full-time or fee-paying student, log in by entering the email address you provided on enrolment as the username and selecting ‘supervisor’ as the user type. If you’re a supervisor with multiple students you’ll see a list of all your students. Click on View for each student’s name to see their report.
When logging into the reports portal for the first time, you’ll be asked to select and confirm a password. Choose something you’ll remember but which won’t be easy for anyone else to guess.
Once logged in you will see along the top the option to click on Help which provides instructions on how to use the system.
If you would like to generate a copy of the full report for printing then click on Reporting and choose 2017 – MYR from the drop down options.
Young adult and adult students
If you’re a young adult or adult student, log in using your student ID number as your username, select ‘student’ as the user type and enter your date of birth.
What you’ll see when you log in
Reports for full-time and fee-paying students include comments from each of the students’ learning advisor (LA) and any subject teachers. You’ll also see details of any worked returned during the year, along with any NCEA standards and the results.
Young adult and adult students don’t receive comments from their teachers, so your reports show all work returned during the year and any NCEA standards you’ve returned work for and the results.