Blind marking policy

Blind marking is anonymous marking. This policy has been introduced to ensure equality of the marking process. We apply the blind marking process to the end of semester exams.


Your Chief Examiner can't see your name when marking your eExam. They only see your student ID number and your responses.

Paper-based exams

In the exam, we'll tell you not to put your name on your script books or exam paper. Instead of your name, you need to record:

  • student ID number
  • desk number
  • unit code
  • date.

You may have to add your name to any multiple-choice sections, but these are marked electronically, not by the Chief Examiner.

This policy does not apply to students sitting at off-campus exam venues. If you're an off-campus student or an Open Universities Australia student, you'll still need to put your name on your script book and exam paper.

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