Find out when results are out, how to access and understand your grades, and what to do if you’re missing results or want to see your paper.
Making changes to your course
If you’re considering changing majors or making other changes to your course for the upcoming semester, visit our making changes to your course page to get advice on changing direction.
After finishing your final assignments and exams for the semester, your subject results will be published in my.unimelb by the following dates.
|Semester 1, 2020||Date|
|Results final release date|
Friday 10 July.
All results are released progressively and you may be able to view some results before this date.
|Special or supplementary assessments results release date|
Within 10 working days after the final assessment is sat or submitted.
For assessments sat or submitted during the special/supplementary exam period, results are expected to be released by 5pm on Thursday 6 August, 2020.
|Non-standard subjects (eg summer semester, monthly intensives) results release date||Within 20 working days after the final assessment is sat or submitted.|
For a full list of grading and results codes, visit the Assessment and Results Policy.
|H1||80%–100%||First Class Honours|
|H2A||75%–79%||Second Class Honours Division A|
|H2B||70%–74%||Second Class Honours Division B|
|H3||65%–69%||Third Class Honours|
Fail where you have not satisfactorily completed all prescribed (hurdle) requirements and would otherwise have passed the subject.|
A mark of 49% appears on your transcript.
For more details, see our hurdle requirements FAQ
A special or supplementary exam has been awarded, and the exam will be held in the special and supplementary exam period. |
Special assessment is awarded as an outcome of Special Consideration.
Withheld – assessment to be finalised. This would be used, for example, when:
|WXT||-||An extension has been granted|
|CMP||-||Pass (no mark awarded). Only used for subjects marked on a pass/fail basis.|
Frequently asked questions
- I failed a subject
Weighted Average Mark (WAM)
Throughout your degree you are given a Weighted Average Mark (WAM). The WAM gives you an indication of your overall academic performance in your degree and can be viewed in my.unimelb. At some other institutions, this may be known as a Grade Point Average (GPA).
When can I see my WAM?
The WAM is updated progressively as results are added to your record, so the best time to view your WAM is when you can see all of your results for the last study period.
I'm disappointed with my results
How do I improve my academic performance?
- Visit the Academic Skills website and take advantage of their services including individual tutorials, workshops, and online resources.
- Get feedback from your subject coordinator about your performance in a subject.
- Arrange a viewing of your exam paper (see below for more information)
Can I see my exam paper?
Exam viewing appointments are a chance for you to have a look at your exam paper.
You can make a request to your Subject Coordinator (contact details listed in the Handbook) to access your examination scripts from the previous semester at any time before the end of the second week of the following semester.
I'm missing a result
What do I do if I’m missing a result?
- Wait one business day after the official results release date and check your results again.
- If results are still missing, check your University email account to see if you have a message from the subject’s academic teaching department about the missing result.
- Contact your Subject Coordinator (contact details listed in the Handbook) about your missing result.
Need a copy of your results?
Completing your course?
You will receive a free digital academic transcript. Once your degree is conferred, you will receive an additional digital academic transcript along with digital copies of your Australian Higher Education Graduation Statement (AHEGS) and testamur. Visit the academic statements page for delivery timelines and more information on other available formats.
You can also order and access a range of certified University academic statements during and after your studies, which can show your results and prove your enrolment and qualifications. Find out more about academic statements.