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If you have any questions or concerns about your assessment, or the outcome of your results, it is best to speak to your Unit Chair or Unit Coordinator. You can find their contact details on the Find Deakin Staff on the Contact us page.
In the meantime - here are some answers to questions you may have.
Firstly - woohoo! If you think you have completed all the requirements for your course, check out the Graduation website for more details.
You may apply to the Unit Chair to check the administrative accuracy of your result.
There is also a formal process to apply for a review of result through each Faculty Academic Progress and Discipline Committee (FAPDC) within 5 working days release of results. The procedure is outlined in the Assessment (Higher Education Courses) Procedure. Before starting this process, you should discuss this with your Faculty. The Review of Result process may result in your grade/mark being marked higher or lower. These webpages below provide links to each Faculty's process for Review of Results.
There is no fee charged to request a review of your results.
You may be eligible for a pass conceded (PC) if you are one credit point short of completing your course and meet certain other conditions. The eligibility criteria is outlined in the Assessment (Higher Education Courses) procedure. Refer to your Faculty site below for further information and the process to apply.
Result not finalised, a special examination has been granted in response to an application for Special Consideration.
Result not finalised, a special assessment task has been granted in response to an application for Special Consideration.
Result incomplete/not finalised as it was not possible to finalise an individual student's result at the time of result publication.
Result not yet received from the Faculty for publishing.
Yes, you still have time to re-enrol. You have until 18 November 2012 to re-enrol without incurring the $200 late fee.
If you have failed a unit or units, your Faculty Student Support Staff can help. They can sit down with you, give you advice and look at your course rules to get you on the right path.
For a full list of all current results and their meanings, you can view the Key to results website.