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Examinations & assessments process

Examination timetable

COVID-19 important information

Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 the University is delivering on-campus and remote teaching in the September semester (203).

Most assessments and exams 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.

Deferred examinations

COVID-19 important information

Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19 the University is delivering on-campus and remote teaching in the September semester (203).

Most assessments and exams 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. The Lead Educator of the subject will assess your deferral request for all assessments and exams.  Please contact your Lead Educator if you are not able to complete your assessment/s by the due date provided in the subject outline.

Release of results

  • You will be able to view your results on eStudent after 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.

Review of Grade

  • The application to review of a final subject examination or other final assessment item must be lodged via eStudent online form after you meet with the original decision maker for the subject.
  • This application must be lodged no later than the first Wednesday of the semester following examination(s), or within fourteen (14) days of the official final result.
  • You must attach a written statement to support your application which includes the grounds on which you are appealing the academic decision or mark.
  • A Review of Grade may lead to no change or to a less favourable or more favourable outcome.
  • In the event of no change of result, a charge of $50 per subject will be charged to your account.
  • The review may take several weeks depending on the availability on appropriate academic staff.