Complaints and appeals
Throughout your journey at Murdoch there may be times when you are not happy with the situation you find yourself in.
Request a review or re-mark
If you are unhappy with the mark you have been given on an exam or assessment you can discuss this with your unit coordinator. Your unit coordinator can provide you with a breakdown of your marks which may help you understand your mark.
Discussing the breakdown of your assessment marks with the unit coordinator will also ensure that assessment is reconciled with the marks awarded. This is also a time for you to discuss your case if you do not agree. At this time, you can request a review or re-mark.
As a student you may have the right to appeal decisions made by the University that affect your studies. There are many circumstances under which you may have the right to appeal and each process is outlined in the relevant policy. The aim of the appeal process is to ensure students are treated fairly, decisions are transparent and are not made with prejudice.
Throughout your journey at Murdoch there may be times when you are not happy with the situation you find yourself in. There are policies, procedures and guidelines in place to make sure that no matter what your circumstances you will find there is always someone you can refer to for guidance.