Decoding results and letter grades

The exam period is now in full swing, running until Thursday 22 November. We wish you the best of luck for your exams!

Once you’ve finished exams and are waiting for the release of  your results, make sure you familiarise yourself with the grading codes. The Schedule of current assessment grades and administrative codes contains all letter grades (and their scores) along with administrative codes.

Your Semester 2, 2018 results will be released by Wednesday 12 December.

Common administrative codes include:

 Code  Definition
** (Missing Result)  If you are unsure why you have a missing result, contact your Subject Coordinator.
KN (Withdrawn late)  If you withdraw from a subject after the ‘Last withdraw without fail date’ you may receive a KN grade (counts as a fail). The ‘Last withdraw without fail date’ is usually around 4 weeks after census date – check the exact date on the Census dates webpage.
W (Withheld) result  A Subject Co-ordinator may withhold a result for reasons such as:

  • your assessment is still under review
  • your placement has not yet been finalised

If you are unsure why you have a Withheld result, contact your Subject Coordinator.

SPA (Special Assessment) result  You did not successfully complete your assessment task and will be given an alternative assessment task. A college staff member will email you with details of the task, and a due date for submission.
SPE (Special Exam) result  You will be given an opportunity to sit a Special Exam as you did not successfully complete your original exam. The exams are run during the Special examination period.
SAHA (Supplementary Additional Hurdle Assessment) result  You have not passed the hurdle requirement of the subject. You will be given an extra assessment task. You will be emailed the details of the task and be given a due date for submitting it by a college staff member. You are being given an extra opportunity to pass the subject.
SAHE (Supplementary Additional Hurdle Exam) result  You will be given an opportunity to sit a Special Exam as you did not pass the exam hurdle requirement of the subject. The exams are run during the Special examination period.
NRA (No Result Available)  May mean that you:

  • did not complete your AIM or Wominjeka modules
  • attended a subject at another institution, but they have not provided us with the result.