If administrative or procedural irregularities occurred in the determination of an overall subject result you may apply for a review. No other grounds for review are accepted.
Failure to consult an adviser, raise concerns during the teaching period (including the exam period), or failure to submit a special consideration application will not be accepted as grounds for review.
Applications must be submitted to a Student Centre or posted to Student Administration within 5 working days of the official release of your final result.
You must submit:
- A cover letter
- A completed Application for a review of final subject assessment result form (PDF, 134kB)
- Any relevant documentary evidence of a procedural error or irregularity.
Your cover letter must:
- be addressed to the Director of Student Administration Unit
- be either typed or written in black or blue ink
contain an explanation of:
- the procedural irregularities
- why you were prevented from seeking help during the teaching period (including the exam period) before the release of final results
- how the alleged procedural irregularities may have influenced the final assessment result.
If your application is incomplete or submitted without supporting documentation, it will not be considered. Documentation previously submitted during the teaching period will not be accepted.
If your application for review meets the criteria, your application will be sent to your Faculty Student Assessment Review Committee (Rule 8.7). The Responsible Academic Officer from your Faculty will notify you in writing of all decisions and actions taken in relation to the committee’s findings.
It can take up to three weeks from closing date for an application to be considered.
Progressions Results and Conferral Team
PO BOX 123