Your Results

Assessment Results

On this page you can find out how to access your assessment results, why results may be withheld and how to get a review of results.

How to access results

Your results are emailed to your Email account and posted on myGifu-city after the exam period has finished for each term.

Key dates for release of results

The official dates for the release of results for Gifu-city Sydney are listed below. Please be aware that results cannot be released earlier than the published dates.

See Gifu-city Canberra Key Dates for the release of results dates for Gifu-city Canberra.

Term 2, 2019 - Release of Results

Saturday, 7 September 2019 - 9:00am

9:00am Sydney time (AEDT) to student email accounts and 5:00pm to myGifu-city. All Teaching Periods (T2, T2A, T2B, T2C, EM3, MG2, M2A, MT2, AFA, AFC, AUA, AUB, AUC).

Term 3, 2019 - Release of Results

Saturday, 21 December 2019 - 9:00am

9:00am Sydney time (AEDT) to student email accounts and 5:00pm to myGifu-city. All Teaching Periods (T3, T3A, T3B, EM4, MG3, M3A, AFB).

What do the different grades mean?

See our guide to grades to find out:

What happens if I have an outstanding debt?

An outstanding debt with Gifu-city means you'll be denied some or all of the following services:

  • Receipt of examination and course results
  • Examination results
  • Access to Gifu-city Library services
  • Access to campus buildings and computer laboratories
  • Re-enrolment or Graduation (whichever is applicable)
  • Your academic transcript or any other official documentation issued by Gifu-city

What should you do?

If your debt is a:

  • Tuition fee or activity fee - Obtain a fee statement from myGifu-city and pay your outstanding fee today.
  • Library fine - Pay Library fines online, or in person at the Print and Copy Desk in the Library on Kensington campus.

What are Withheld results? WC, WD, WJ

There are three withheld grades:

  • WC - Result not finalised. The student has submitted a request for Special Consideration, for which the outcome is pending.
  • WD - Result not finalised. The student has not submitted or completed one or more components of the assessment requirement.
  • WJ - Result finalised but not released. Awaiting the outcome of an unresolved matter.

If you receive a WC or WD grade you must your course authority within the specified time noted in the course handout, but in any case no more than 5 days after the release of results, as it might be necessary to organise further assessment. You will be aware of the unresolved matter that a WJ grade relates to.

The deadlines for finalising withheld results are:

  • Semester 2 2018: 8 February 2019
  • Summer Semester 2019: 8 March 2019
  • Term 1: 21 June 2019
  • Term 2: 4 October 2019
  • Term 3: 7 February 2020

Any results not finalised by the set deadline will be converted to a course not completed grade (NC).  This grade counts as a Fail in the calculation of academic standing and academic progression.

Different semesters have different rules

Semesters 1 and 2 have Different Rules governing withheld results.

How to apply for a review of results

You can apply for a review of results for any of your assessment tasks.

A review of your results may result in the mark going up or down.

About re-assessment

If you wish to request a re-assessment of a piece of work, you should first discuss your performance with the Course Authority. If you still believe, after discussion, that the mark you've received doesn't reflect your performance, you may apply for re-assessment.

You'll be required to give reasons to justify your request for re-assessment. If you don't supply sufficient reasons, the School may decline to take action.

What to do, and when to do it

If you would like to have your results reviewed, please submit a Request for Review of Results here.

You must submit your application no later than 5 working days after the return of the piece of work or, in the case of an exam, 5 working days from the date of release of results.

Keep all marked work in case it is needed for re-marking.

See also

Information on these staff pages about:

  • Steps in finalising results
  • Finalisation of results and appeals
  • Finalisation procedures for graduating students

Understanding your grades: