If your application for special consideration is successful, you may granted a deferred exam or an alternative assessment task.
A deferred exam is an exam postponed to a later date. These are held during the official deferred exam period, unless your faculty emails your Monash account with an alternative time, giving five University working days’ notice.
If you are granted a deferred exam, your unit grade will be DEF (deferred exam) in the Web Enrolment System (WES). It is your responsibility to be available to sit a deferred exam at the scheduled time.
For details on eligibility and how to apply, see special consideration.
Your faculty may grant you a supplementary assessment if:
You can be granted supplementary assessment for no more than two failed units in one course. No further delay of assessment is possible. The chief examiner for the unit will determine whether this is in the form of an additional exam or assessment task.
You do not apply for a supplementary exam or assessment task (with the exception of Arts units). If applicable, your faculty will offer it to you. If offered a supplementary exam or assessment, your unit grade will display NS (supplementary assessment granted) in WES.
Only Arts students can apply for a supplementary assessment. See Arts Supplementary Assessment Procedures.
The faculties listed below have additional guidelines for granting supplementary assessment:
Until you complete your deferred exam or supplementary exam/assessment, you will have an incomplete result. An incomplete result does not satisfy unit prerequisites. This could prevent you from enrolling in some units. Please check your enrolment carefully and consult your faculty.
Once you complete a deferred exam or final assessment, the result of that assessment will be final.
Once you complete a supplementary exam or assessment, the maximum result you can receive is 50% P (pass grade). If you fail the supplementary assessment your result will be returned to the original grade.
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