I must say, it sounds like they have an unbelievably stupid system for organising these transcripts. From what I can gather:
The central university office has lists of marks, grouped by year and subject. So, they can look up Software Engineering II in 1995, and get a list with 100 names on it, and the marks that each person got. However, they don't have a list of which courses each person took - that's held by the department. This was a big delay - the department still haven't given my list to the central office, so they had to use my list in the end. Otherwise, they'd have to check through every module, looking up my name. This also suggests that it's all hard-copy, rather than computerised. Aargh!
Ah well, at least I've got it now. Next step - try to put a good spin on it. I have some good marks (e.g. 75/100 in my 2nd year project), and some bad marks (e.g. 35/100 in Microsystems and Data Communications). Careful phrasing required, I think...
Hmm, back to lunch. Minor newsflash there - I have defected from cheese and cucumber sandwiches (a staple of my diet for the last few years)! I'm now eating cheese and lettuce instead. The thing is, cucumber is great if I make lunch, and eat it right away. However, if I make sandwiches in the morning, then they get a bit soggy by lunchtime, so lettuce is better. I got the idea from the ICSF buffet a few weeks ago.