The university had some technical problems that meant the majority of review of results submissions were not successfully passed on to me/Rob until today. They will be addressed over the coming days and then passed back to the official UNSW channels. Don't be concerned unless you don't get any updates until at least the 10th Feb
Congratulations on receiving your final results! I hope you're all proud and having a bit of a break after a hectic year for students under 3+.
This notice is for students who are concerned, or have questions, about their final marks.
To assist in closure from the course, we have released the short answer (as "ExamSA_processed") and programming part of the exam (as "ExamP_processed") which you can view on the GIVE website, or in Wecbsm3 grades. You will not be releasing individual question breakdowns nor the marks for multiple choice. If you have any concerns regarding this, we're always open to hearing them at email@example.com.
If you feel dissatisfied with the marking of your exam in this course, or you feel a clerical error has been made, you are able to request a review of results at any time. Please note, this request must be placed within 5 days of receiving your results. Please also note: "A review of your results may result in the mark going up or down." This is the only way in which we will be dealing with reviews of the exam with the intention to re-mark.
Your iteration 3 marks are available to view, as are the final project marks for most of you.
If your final project mark is not visible it is because you didn't fill out the peer assessment (something you should have done by now) or your tutor has not yet been able to finalise your mark. The tutors are working on that, so all of them should be finalised within a few days.
Unfortunately, a number of final project marks did have to be scaled down. This was done in cases where the individual expectations described in the project spec were not met. In some cases this scaling was only minor, but in others it was more significant. In particular, those who contributed no or little code to the project may find they have a mark considerably lower than they were expecting. As was specified, a lack of code contribution could not be made up for with additional documentation contribution .