Today is the day that the University gives the final degree results to students. There will be some very happy students, and some not so happy. From Facebook, I've seen mostly the happy comments from students who have done very well.
I'd like to offer my congratulations to all those physics students who will be graduating at the ceremony next week. Unusually, I won't be attending this year, as I'll be away at a conference. I'm particularly pleased that all my personal tutees have done well, and it's too bad that I won't see them next week.
When I was an undergraduate (at Oxford), the final exam results were posted on a bit of paper outside the Examination Schools -- a building on the High Street. The results are they for everyone to see. We had some guidance as to when the results would be out, but I seem to recall it was delayed for a day or two. I remember asking one of the physics tutors at my college if there was any news about the results on the day that they were supposed to be out. He told me that there was going to be a delay of a day or two. He then added with a smile and a wink that I didn't need to be too worried about the results.