Be familiar with University policy and College procedures and act in accordance with those policy and procedures.
It is the responsibility of the student to retain a copy of any work submitted. Students must produce these documents upon request. Copies should be retained until the end of the grade appeal period each term.
Student is to perform the required due diligent for their assessment grade and rectify as soon as possible upon finding any errors.
Formal notification of assessment tasks, grading rubrics and due dates will be posted on iLearn. Although all reasonable measures to ensure the information is accurate, The University reserves the right to make changes without notice. Each student is responsible for checking iLearn for changes and updates. Feedbacks to students will be provided on an ongoing bases in the workshop and via the gradebook in iLearn.
Report and Assignment Tasks
Assignment Problems will be posted on iLearn at least two weeks before their submission date. Assignment solutions will be posted within a week after the submission date. Submissions will not be accepted once the solution is posted.
Assignment submissions and plagiarism policies
All assignments and reports must be submitted electronically through iLearn (in pdf format). Submissions will undergo automatic plagiarism checking. For more details on the policies of academic penalties relating to academic honesty, please refer to the policies and procedures section below.
Submissions are expected to be typed set in a logical layout and sequence. Markers WILL NOT grade poorly organized or illegible scans or drafts. The expected workload includes preparation of final copies and clear diagrams.
Late submissions will attract a penalty of 20/100 marks per day. Extenuating circumstances will be considered upon lodgement of a formal notice of disruption of studies.
The final examination is a hurdle requirement because it is the only reliable assessment of individual performance for this unit. A passing grade of 50% or more in the final examination is a condition of passing this unit. Students who make a serious attempt but fail to meet the hurdle requirement will be given one further opportunity to pass. A serious attempt is defined as achievement of a mark of 40% or greater.
Grading and passing requirement for unit
In order to pass this unit a student must obtain a mark of 50 or more for the unit AND pass the hurdle assessment, that is the Final Examination.
For further details about grading, please refer below in the policies and procedures section.
Final examinations will typically take place at the end of the semester and it is a hurdle assessment. For further information, please refer to the Examination Timetable website on www.mq.edu.au