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  • 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: Grade Notation Mark Grade Point High Distinction HD...
  • 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 entered. To access your GPA, click View GPA which is located next...
  • *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 the Assessment Policies and Procedure Manaul (APPM)...
  • *This question is specific to OUA students only* You will be graded on the assessments you have submitted. If you have not submitted a withdrawal request by Week 6, or have not submitted assessment items completed by the due date, then a Fail grade will...
  • *This question is specific to OUA students only* At UniSA you will be awarded a final grade and an assessment notation according to your performance in each unit of study. Open Universities Australia has a generic system of notations across OUA...
  • *This question is specific to OUA students only* Your final grade, for your UniSA units, will appear on myUniSA the day after the lecturer, tutor or school has finalised the final grades in the UniSA student record system. Please note: grades received...
  • *This question is specific to OUA students only* Unit Coordinators need several weeks to mark exam papers and determine final grades, so it is not possible to provide final grades less than 4 weeks after the exam. In special circumstances, such as...
  • *This question is specific to OUA students only* Yes, after your final grades have been processed, UniSA advise OUA your final grade. OUA maintains a centralised database of enrolment details and final grades for every OUA unit you complete. UniSA only...
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