Notification of results

Coursework results will be released by the Registrar, following approval of the Delegated Authority in the relevant Academic College (for dates relating to specific semesters, please see Principal dates on the right hand side of the page).

You should not communicate with a course examiner about an examination you have undertaken in the period between sitting the examination and the formal release of results (communication about other matters, such as other assessable work for which grades have been released, is allowable).

Grade Notification: 

Results are released each semester on the dates outlined in the University Calendar. Students are notified of their semester results in the following ways for Semester 1 and Semester 2 courses: 
  • SMS - where a mobile number is recorded on ISIS
  • Email - to the student's ANU student email address
  • ISIS - Under the following pathway:
    • NavBar (Compass Icon) > Navigator > ISIS > Academic Records > Academic History or Statement of Results 

Results will not be released over the telephone nor will they be published on any noticeboard.

Results for non-standard sessions 

Results for non-standard sessions such as Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring Sessions, will be released on ad hoc basis, following the approval of the relevant Delegated Authority. 
 
Students can access non-standard session results via ISIS:  
  • ISIS - Under the following pathway:
    • NavBar (Compass Icon) > Navigator > ISIS > Academic Records > Academic History or Statement of Results 
 

Obtaining printed copies of results

Students can print a copy of their Statement of Results from ISIS. Students who require a certified copy of their results should request an academic transcript
 

Mental health and wellbeing support services

We understand that 2020 has been quite disruptive to you and your studies. If you are feeling anxious or need some extra support during this time, there are a range of services aviailablke to you. To find out more, please visit the Key Student Contacts webpage
 

Expected academic performance for coursework students

All ANU students within an undergraduate or postgraduate academic career are required to maintain satisfactory academic progression; this means you must meet the minimum academic performance requirements as established by the University within the Academic Progress Rule. More information can be found on this webpage
 
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Grade Release Day: Frequently Asked Questions

-What do my grades mean?

The Grading Scale webpage provides further information on the meanings of the grades, marks and results that you will see in your grade result notification.

-How do I view my results on ISIS?

To see your grades on ISIS, please follow the below pathway: NavBar (Compass Icon) > Navigator > ISIS > Academic Records > Academic History or Statement of Results

-I can't see my grades on ISIS, what do I do? 

Your grades may not be finalised yet or they may be withheld due to administrative reasons. Have you paid your fees or need to verify your identity? Please carefully read the advice within your ISIS homepage.

The ISIS website is also likely experiencing a high level of traffic from students like you eager to see their results! Please wait a short while before attempting to log in again.

-Why do I have an interim grade? 

If you've received a Supplementary Assessment (PX) or Deferred Assessment (DA) grade, you will be offered another chance to complete this examination.

Most Deferred and Supplementary examinations will take place between 24 - 28 February 2021. The timetable will be available by 7 pm, 20 January 2021, with a notification sent to student email accounts.

Please note that your Academic College may run the Supplementary or Deferred Exam outside of that week as exams are at the Academic College's discretion.

-I didn't get the grades that I wanted. What are my options? 

Assessment Appeal:

2020 New Grading System:

We recognise that this year has been a very disruptive time for you and your learning. To assist students during this time, a new grading system has been developed for 2020.

This new grading system will allow you to opt-in to change most 2020 grades to either Course Requirements Satisfied (CRS) instead of a passing grade, or Course Requirements Not Satisfied (CRN) instead of a fail grade. More information can be found on this webpage.