Unit Coordinators are responsible for submitting timely and accurate processed results and offers of supplementary assessments to the University. After completing the marking of final examinations, the Unit Coordinator finalises and provides the results spreadsheet which includes component marks, final marks and grades to the Student Records Office for the Results Committee meeting by the deadlines published as per instructions on the Submission of Unit Results page.
The Student Records Office will update the final results into the results spreadsheet within two days after the Results Committee meeting, and advise the Unit Coordinator if required. Component scores should have been previously released to students via the online unit in LMS after completion of any moderation, and prior to the commencement of exams. Final results are released to students by Student Administration.
When reporting units and marks Unit Coordinators must apply the grading system as specified in the Grades Policy. Unit results must not be released informally to students by Unit Coordinators or any other staff member in the University as they are subject to approval by the Results Committee.
Unit Coordinators must attend a Results Committee meeting where Results for their unit will be considered. In exceptional circumstances, where a Unit Coordinator is unable to attend, they must provide a report explaining the reasons for the Results to the Chair of the Committee. Unit Coordinators must submit a report explaining the moderation of Results to a Results Committee if that unit is delivered in a transnational location as specified in the Results Procedure.
After the release of final results, the Unit Coordinator is required to be available for student consultation and for the provision of any exam papers requested for viewing. Transnational students must contact the student centre at their Murdoch transnational partner to arrange for inspection of their examination scripts, within ten University Working days of the posting of their final result. When inspecting their marked examination scripts at the student centre and upon request the Unit Coordinator shall make available the examination paper itself. The Unit Coordinator must ensure that all original final examination scripts are retained for a period of 6 months.
Script review process
Please contact the TNE Liaison Team for advice on the process for making a script available to the TNE student.
TNE Liaison Team