Results are normally issued two weeks after the end of the teaching session.
Most results are sent to student email accounts as soon as they become available. You should check your email account on the date of release for your results. Do not worry if they are not there immediately; they are processed in batches to reduce the load on the servers. All available results are sent by email before they are available online. If you do not receive your results by email, you can log into eStudent on the release date and check your results online.
Students with an outstanding debt on their student account will not receive their result(s) by email and will not be able to see them in eStudent. Ensure that you pay any outstanding fees, including library fines, as soon as possible.
Results will only be released once the payment has cleared.
Find full details of exam result release dates on the Important Dates calendar and some useful information below.
Check your SPAM folder
Every effort is made to ensure your results arrive to your inbox, however we recommend checking your Spam/Junk folder if you are concerned the email hasn't arrived by 3pm.
If you don't receive advice that you have completed requirements for your nominated award and believe that you have qualified, you should contact AskMQ as soon as possible so that your eligibility to graduate can be confirmed.
Questions about unit result release
If you have any questions about the unit results release process, you can find out more or get some help by visiting Student Connect in MUSE (18 Wally's Walk, Level 2), online at AskMQ or call on 02 9850 6410.
|Grade||SNG (Standardised Numerical Grade)|
|HD - High Distinction|
|D - Distinction|
|Cr - Credit|
|P - Pass|
|S - Satisfactory|
|F - Fail|
|FA - Fail Absent|
Sometimes you may feel that something, external to your performance, influenced your final result. If this is the case and you have evidence, then you may wish to consider the Grade Appeals Procedure.
Note about Session 2 units
If students find they're no longer enrolled in a Session 2 unit it will be because they have failed to meet the prerequisite for that unit in Session 1, and enrolment in that unit has consequently been cancelled. Students in this situation may be able to make a case to the Executive Dean of the Faculty and be granted special approval (waiver) to allow enrolment in a deleted unit. You need to log in to AskMQ to submit a special approval (waiver) request.
This time of year can be stressful. If you need support, contact Campus Wellbeing.