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  1. The grade point average (GPA) is defined as the following: the sum of (grade points x course unit values), divided by the sum of course unit values. The grade point for each grade is as follows...
  2. Once you have fully enrolled into your first year of study, after a 30 minute delay, you can go to  myID to upload a picture and order an ID card to collect at a nominated campus (or have posted...
  3. Supplementary assessment or examination is automatically available to all students under the following conditions, unless supplementary assessment or examination had not been approved for the course...
  4. If you wish to drop a course you must do so prior to the relevant census date in each study period. If you withdraw after the census date you will incur the relevant course fees, and the course(s)...
  5. myID  is a UniSA system that allows you to upload a photo for your UniSA Student ID card. The photo you upload need to meet all of the following criteria; The maximum allowed file size is 2mb...
  6. Before applying for secondary assessment you should ensure that: you are available for an exam in both the secondary assessment period and the next main exam round (SP2 or SP5).  Dates...
  7. *This question is specific to OUA students only* The overall final grade you receive for each unit is a combination of assignments, supervised assessment items, and usually a final exam. Section 8 of...
  8. Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated using all completed course grades obtained by the student for a program. It is a cumulative GPA which is calculated and updated as new results are...
  9. You can apply for secondary assessment where they are unexpected or exceptional circumstances that impact upon your ability to attend or perform well in your exam or final assessment...
  10. Each course has a unit load assigned to it, usually 4.5 units or 9 units, however some courses may have more. If you enrol in 13.5 units (generally 3 x 4.5 unit courses) or more...