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Student Hub: Results

Your results

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You will receive a final result for each of your subjects at the end of the study period. These are generally released two weeks after the study period finishes. You can find out when your results will be available on the Key Dates page.

Results release is dependent on final assessment/log book or hours submission including where an extension has been provided for your relevant subject.

Access your final results in your Student Portal.

Please note: individual assessment results will be published on your Online Learning Platform, except for final assessments or exam results.

Final Grades

Access your final results in your Student Portal. If you have outstanding fees you may not be able to access your subject results and academic transcript. 

For further information please refer to the Late or non-payment of fees section of:

Academic progression

The Academic Progression Committee assesses academic progression based on your final results achieved in subjects studied in each study period. You will be deemed as achieving satisfactory academic progress if you:

  • pass or meet the requirements of at least 50% of enrolled credit points within a study period, and
  • complete your course within the maximum period of study, if applicable, or by the course end date specified on your COE, and
  • meet any additional progression requirements specific to your course.

Please refer to the Academic Progression Policy for more information.

Special consideration

You may be eligible for a modified arrangement, such as:

  • an assessment deadline extension or examination deferral
  • re-submission, re-assessment or resitting an examination
  • adjustment to assessment results or provision of supplementary assessments
  • a second opportunity to attend a WIL assessment or placement at a different time depending on availability.

To be granted a modified arrangement, you must submit a completed Application for Assessment Special Consideration.

Disputing an assessment grade

If you think an assessment has been marked unfairly or inappropriately you can request to have re-assessed. Your work will be graded again by a different assessor.

For information on when and how to apply for a reassessment refer to the relevant section in the Assessment Policy:

Higher Education courses

  • Refer to the Requesting a re-mark section

Vocational Education courses

  • Refer to the Requesting a re-assessment section

What is a Grade Point Average (GPA)?

A Grade Point Average is a numerical calculation, based on the credit points and grade points for Higher Education programs. It is based on the grades achieved over a defined study period or course.

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How do we calculate a GPA?

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Where can I see my GPA?

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SSNT student GPA info