Results & Grades
Final course results will be published online via Access Adelaide. If your result is not published by close of business on the date below, contact your School or Faculty for advice.
University staff members are not permitted to release results over the telephone.
|Summer Semester||29 February 2016|
|Semester 1||12 July 2016|
|Semester 1 R/AA||2 August 2016|
|Winter Semester||2 August 2016|
|Semester 2||1 December 2016|
|Semester 2 R/AA||23 December 2016|
- Trimester Due Dates 2016
Trimester Due Dates 2016 Trimester Results Published Trimester 1 11 May 2016 Trimester 2 31 August 2016 Trimester 3 7 December 2016
- Quadterm Due Dates 2016
Quadterm Due Dates 2016 Quadterm Results Published Quadterm 1 27 April 2016 Quadterm 2 13 July 2016 Quadterm 3 5 October 2016 Quadterm 4 24 December 2016
- What are the current Mark and Grade Schemes?
The letters in your results are grades. Each course is assessed using one of the following grade schemes. Students must direct queries about their marks and grades for their courses to the School office.
See the Past Grading Schemes page for past grades used within the University.
M10 - Mark Scheme 10
This scheme is used for courses in undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs.
M10 - Mark Scheme 10 Grade Grade reflects following criteria
for allocation of grade:
Reported on Official Transcript Fail No Submission No work submitted for assessment FNS Fail A mark between 1-49 F Pass A mark between 50-64 50-64 P Credit A mark between 65-74 65-74 C Distinction A mark between 75-84 75-84 D High Distinction A mark between 85-100 85-100 HD Result Pending An interim result RP Continuing Continuing CN No Formal Examination No Formal Examination NFE
GS8 - Grade Scheme 8
This scheme may only be used if it has been approved by the Executive Dean or delegate, on exceptional pedagogical grounds: see Assessment for Coursework Programs Policy, Teaching Procedure 5.f.
GS8 - Grade Scheme 8 Grade Grade reflects following criteria
for allocation of grade:
Reported on Official Transcript Fail No Submission No work submitted for assessment FNS Fail A mark between 1-49 F Pass A mark between 50-64 P Credit A mark between 65-74 C Distinction A mark between 75-84 D High Distinction A mark between 85-100 HD Non-Graded Pass Satisfactory performance NGP Result Pending An interim result RP Continuing Continuing CN No Formal Examination No Formal Examination NFE
M11 - Honours Mark Scheme
This scheme is used for Honours courses commencing 2016 onwards.
M11 - Honours Mark Scheme Grade Grade reflects following criteria
for allocation of grade:
Reported on Official Transcript Fail A mark between 1-49 F Third Class A mark between 50-59 3 Second Class Div B A mark between 60-69 2B Second Class Div A A mark between 70-79 2A First Class A mark between 80-100 1 Result Pending An interim result RP Continuing Continuing CN
GS5 - Grade Scheme 5 - Honours
For the final result in Honours programs:
Grade Scheme 5 - Honours Grade In Description 1 First class 2A Second class div A 2B Second class div B 3 Third class CN Continuing NAH Not awarded NFE No formal examination WH Withheld
SYS - For All Schemes
These are allocated automatically, in the circumstances described in the Description column, and represent the course final result.
SYS - For All Schemes Grade In Description CMP Completed F Fail WDN Withdrawn WF Withdraw Fail WNF Withdraw No Fail
- Replacement/Additional Assessment (R/AA) Results
R/AA Examination Codes
UR = Replacement Examination on medical, compassionate or extenuating circumstances
US = Additional Assessment or Task
The results of Replacement Examinations (UR) offered on medical and/or compassionate grounds will be classified using the normal grading system. However, if you completed the primary exam, and then sat the replacement exam, your existing primary result will be replaced by the replacement result, regardless of whether the latter is higher or lower.
The results of Additional Assessment or Task (US) offered on academic grounds will not be graded above the level of 50 Pass. Where the Additional Assessment or Task produces an overall result that is different from the primary result, the better of the two results will apply up to 50 Pass.
All students will receive a single final result for each course, whether or not an R/AA was necessary to achieve that result. No indication of the R/AA will appear on your official academic transcript. Students are advised to refer to the Modified Arrangements for Coursework Assessment Policy for more information.
- Academic Transcripts
- Examination Scripts
Students have the right to access their examination scripts. Schools must retain scripts for 12 months to allow for possible appeals and re-marking, after which time they may be disposed of in confidential waste. Students may access their examination scripts for discussions with academics if they place their request in writing to the examiner within 28 days of the issue of the official results.
See the Student Grievance Resolution Process website for further information.
- Re-marking & Appeals
If a student is dissatisfied with an assessment grade they should follow the Student Grievance Resolution Process.
Stage 1: Informal Discussion - In the first instance the student should contact the person who marked the assessment to informally discuss the grievance with the grade.
Stage 2: Formal Review - Lodge a written request for review of result or independent re-mark to the relevant Head of School within 10 days of notification of the result.