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Assessment

Assessment timetable

Most assessments will be completed online and have been designed to ensure both on-campus and remote students can appropriately demonstrate their learning. Some limited exceptions may require students to complete assessment on campus or in a clinical setting. Please refer to individual subject assessment plans published in subject outlines. Please contact the Lead Educator of the subject for further information.

  • Applications for deferring Mid-semester Timed Assessments scheduled in Week 6-8, or Final Timed Assessments scheduled in Week 13-14, must be lodged with the Student Business Centre before the assessment starts or within two (2) working days following the day of the scheduled assessment (Assessment Policy)
  • For other interim assessments¬†that are eligible to be deferred, you will be required to contact the relevant academic staff member from your Faculty to apply.

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  • You will be able to view your results on eStudent from the Monday of Orientation Week.
  • Contact the relevant department if a sanction is preventing you from accessing your results.
  • Contact¬†Cashiers¬†for a fee sanction.
  • Contact the¬†Library¬†for a library sanction.
  • For all other sanctions contact the¬†Student Business Centre.

If you believe that the mark for your interim assessment or final grade for a subject does not accurately reflect your academic performance, you have the right to apply to have your results reviewed.

However, the following are ineligible reasons for seeking a review of results:

  • disagreement with the assessment methods or learning outcomes approved by the University for the subject;
  • disagreement with the standard required to receive particular marks or grades in the subject;¬†
  • enrolment overload;
  • personal and/or medical problems (which may be dealt with by deferred assessment requests or retrospective withdrawal procedures);
  • financial, career, visa or other personal implications of not passing the subject or not achieving a particular mark or grade;
  • the mark or grade not being indicative of academic performance in other assessments in the subject or previous academic history;
  • the amount of time, work or effort expended in completing the assessment;
  • the need for additional marks to secure a higher or passing grade;¬†
  • marks or grades achieved by other students in the subject;
  • changes to a mark or grade due solely to an administrative error; and/or
  • disagreement with a penalty imposed for academic misconduct in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct Policy.

For rules pertaining to Review of Results students should refer to the Student Review and Appeals Procedure, Schedule B.

Review of Interim Assessment

Following consultation with the lead educator of the subject, if you are still not satisfied you may, within 10 business days of being advised of the original mark, request a Review of Interim Assessment. Contact the SASQ Team within the faculty responsible for the subject to request a review of your assessment result.

Faculty / Academic UnitEmail
Bond Business School[email protected]
Bond University College[email protected]
Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine¬†¬†[email protected]
Faculty of Law[email protected]
Faculty of Society & Design[email protected]
Core Curriculum/Transformation CoLab¬† ¬† ¬†¬†[email protected]

 

Review of Final Assessment

The application for review of a final subject assessment item must be lodged via eStudent online form following consultation with the lead educator of the subject where practicable.

  • This application must be lodged no later than Friday of week 1 of the semester following examination(s)
  • If you¬†sat a deferred examination, the application must be lodged¬†no later than 10 business days following publication of the result of that final deferred examination.
  • Your application must include written reasons for seeking a review of your assessment result.¬†

A Review of Results may lead to no change or to a less favourable or more favourable outcome.

  • In the event of no change of result, except where the original result was a grade of fail, a charge of $50 per subject will be charged to¬†your¬†account.

The review may take several weeks depending on the availability of appropriate academic staff.

On receiving the outcome of a Review of Results, you may submit an appeal against the outcome to the University Appeals Committee.

The Committee will not assess the academic merit of your academic work. Even if your appeal was successful, the Committee is not able to award extra marks for a particular assessment or final grade.

Students must refer to the Student Review and Appeals Procedure before lodging an appeal with the Academic Secretariat to ensure they meet the conditions for submission.