Your CE will provide information on how they will provide feedback on your assessments, and when you will receive it, on the unit Moodle site.
Feedback for scheduled final assessment is only made available after the official university results release date. Information on how to access this feedback will be provided by your CE on the unit Moodle site. This may be in the form of a rubric, example answer, short video or group feedback.
You can apply to view your final assessment. See below for different assessment types and the information available for you to review.
- Moodle timed task: we will provide you (by email) a breakdown of your marks only (no viewing scheduled given the task has been available on Moodle)
- eAssessment: we will provide you with an opportunity to view a pdf version of your submission along with the marks for each question
- eAssessment/Moodle multiple choice questions: we will provide you with an opportunity to view your responses (note the correct response is not included)
A staff member will be present when you view your assessment. Note - this will not be the marker, and the staff member cannot provide you with information or advice relating to your assessment/viewing and performance in the unit.
If you wish to view your final scheduled assessment, please apply between the results release date and 22nd July 2022.
On application, you will receive further instructions during the booking period* below regarding your viewing appointment and/or when you can expect to receive a copy of your responses.
|Teaching period||Applications open||Booking period*||View period|
|Semester 1 (S1-01) 2022||11 July 2022||25 - 29 July||15 - 19 August|
|Def/Supp (S1-01) 2022||24 August 2022||TBC||TBC|
|Winter (WS-01) 2022||September 2022||TBC||TBC|
|Semester 2 (S2-01) 2022||5 December 2022||TBC||TBC|
Request a remark due to error
You can only request a re-mark if you believe there has been a marking error.
Students do not have an automatic right to have an assessment re-marked.
To be eligible to request a re-mark you must first: Access the feedback as outlined on your unit Moodle site Apply and view your final assessment
You must submit your request for a re-mark in writing within six weeks of the results release date. For units taught in semester 2, you must submit your request no later than week 1 of semester 1 of the following year.
Where a request is granted and the original mark is found to be incorrect, the error will be corrected and the revised mark will stand.
Fail grades: under university policy all fail grades are double marked before the result is finalised.