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Trimester 2 Results Available Now: How to access your results and what to keep in mind

Published On October 28, 2020 | By Alana | General News, Latest News, News

Final grades for Trimester 2, 2020 are now available. You can access these through myUNE, your UNE email, or may have received an SMS already (if you opted in). 

If your grades are not what you were expecting, or you have questions regarding your grade, please get in touch with your Unit Coordinator directly in the first instance.

You can find your Unit Coordinator contact details in the right-hand column of your Moodle unit pages or by searching the relevant unit code in your online Course & Unit Catalogue

If you need to appeal your grade, here’s the process (via AskUNE) to appeal a grade. 

 

What to do if things don’t quite go to plan:

If you’re concerned that your results aren’t quite what you expected, or you’ve failed one or more units and are wanting to chat with someone about your options, give the Student Success Team a call on 02 6773 2000. Alternatively, you can book an appointment online at a time that suits you, and we’ll call you.

Academic Progression Alerts:

If you fail more than 50 percent of the units you attempted this trimester, then you will receive an Academic Progression Alert sometime in the week after results are released. This isn’t the end of the world, but it is an opportunity to get your studies back on track. 

Our Student Advisors are here to assist you in developing your Academic Improvement Strategy. This involves identifying the factors which are impacting your studies and organising access to support that is specific to your personal needs. 

The first step to this is booking a free and confidential phone appointment for a time that suits you. 

Consecutive Academic Progression Alerts:

If you do not meet the progression requirements in consecutive trimesters, you will receive a Second progression alert. 

If you’re enrolled in Trimester 3, 2020 then it’s really important that you get in contact with your Student Advisor either by calling or booking a phone appointment, to have a chat about the support available and how we can assist you in getting back on track. 

 

Show Cause Notice:

If you do not meet the progression requirements in consecutive periods after receiving a second academic progression alert, you will receive a Show Cause Notice. If you receive this notice, it is very important that you do respond within the given time frame.

Your Student Advisors are here to help you formulate your Academic Improvement Strategy so if you receive a Show Cause Notice then make sure to give us a ring as soon as possible, email us or organise a callback from one of our Student Success Student Advisors.

FAQ

What does my Result Code mean?

You can view a breakdown of the meanings of different Result Codes here. If you have any questions about why you’ve received the grade that you did, make sure to reach out to your Unit Coordinator first.

My grade is RU, what does this mean? How do I find out my actual result?

An RU grade stands for Results Unavailable and can appear for a few different reasons. You can find information about RU grades here. If you have an RU grade, it’s best to get in touch with your Unit Coordinator directly to follow this up.

What is a GPA? What does it stand for?

GPA stands for Grade Point Average and refers to an average performance in study over a set period of time.

Where can I find my GPA?

You can find your GPA in a couple of places. The easiest place to locate this is by downloading the mUNE mobile app and checking the Results tab. This will give you a breakdown of your Trimester GPA and your overall Course GPA. 

Alternatively, you can log into your myUNE account, navigate to myEnrol, under ‘Enrolment Details’ in the top left select ‘Course Details’. On the next page, select your Course Code that will be underlined beside the word ‘Progression’. 

What is my GPA equivalent to?

We’ve had a few questions from students about their GPA and what it means in terms of marks, so here’s a summary:

HD High Distinction [equivalent to Honours Class I (H1) in intent, 7 on the GPA scale]
Excellent performance indicating complete and comprehensive understanding and/or application of the subject matter; achieves all basic and higher-order intended unit objectives and graduate attributes linked to the assessment tasks; minimal or no errors of fact, omission and/or application present; clear and unambiguous evidence of possession of a very high level of required skills; demonstrated very high level of interpretive and/or analytical ability and intellectual initiative; very high level of competence.
Numerical conversion: scores and/or aggregate marks of 85% or above
D Distinction [equivalent to Honours Class II, Division 1 (H2A) in intent, 6 on the GPA scale]
Very good performance indicating reasonably complete and comprehensive understanding and/or application of the subject matter; achieves all basic and most higher-order unit objectives and graduate attributes linked to the assessment tasks; some minor flaws; clear and unambiguous evidence of possession of a high level of required skills; demonstrated high level of interpretive and/or analytical ability and intellectual initiative; high level of competence.
Numerical conversion: scores and/or aggregate marks between 75% and 84%
C Credit [equivalent to Honours Class II, Division 2 (H2B) in intent, 5 on the GPA scale]
Good performance indicating reasonable and well-rounded understanding and/or application of the subject matter; achieves all basic but only a few higher-order intended unit objectives and graduate attributes linked to the tasks; a few more serious flaws or several minor ones; clear and unambiguous evidence of possession of a reasonable level of most required skills; demonstrated reasonable level of interpretive and/or analytical ability and intellectual initiative; reasonable level of competence.
Numerical conversion: scores and/or aggregate marks between 65% and 74%
P Pass [equivalent to Honours Class III (H3) in intent, 4 on the GPA scale]
Satisfactory performance indicating adequate but incomplete or less well-round edunderstanding and/or application of the subject matter; achieves many basic but very few or none of the higher-order intended unit objectives and graduate attributes linked to the assessment tasks; several serious flaws or many minor ones; clear and unambiguous evidence of possession of an adequate level of an acceptable number of required skills; demonstrated adequate level of interpretive and/or analytical ability and intellectual initiative; adequate level of competence.
Numerical conversion: scores and/or aggregate marks between 50% to 64
N Fail [0 on the GPA scale]
Unsatisfactory performance indicating inadequate and insufficient understanding and/or application of the subject matter; achieves few or none of the basic and higher-order intended unit objectives and graduate attributes linked to the assessment tasks; numerous substantive errors of fact, omission and/or application present; clear and unambiguous evidence of non-possession of most or all required skills; insufficiently demonstrated level of interpretive and/or analytical ability and intellectual initiative; fails to address the specific criteria; inadequate level of competence.
Numerical conversion: scores and/or aggregate marks of less than 50%
NC Compulsory Fail – Failed an assessment component that must be passed in order to pass the unit
This grade is used when an assessment task, such as a final examination, that must be passed in order to pass the unit (as detailed in the Unit Requirements) has not been passed (resulting in a fail in the unit), but where the overall mark is 50% or higher.
 
NI Fail – Did not satisfy unit requirements [0 on the GPA scale]
One or more mandatory requirements for the completion of the unit (as detailed in the Unit Requirements) were not fulfilled.
 
S or US Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory [S = 4, US = 0, on the GPA scale]
In some units, the grading system is organised on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory (pass/fail) basis. When this grading system is used the appropriate interpretive descriptors to apply will be those for the grade of at least Pass or Fail.
 

 

W Withdrawn
The student withdrew from the unit without academic penalty.

 

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