For graduate coursework students, assessment acts as the main link between the learning outcomes, the curriculum content and the teaching/learning activities. If you have feedback or a concern regarding assessment – contact the MGA!
Monash University has a number of policies dealing with different aspects of assessment including special consideration. These include:
- Alternative Assessment
- Assessment of Coursework Programs
- Blind Marking of Examinations Policy
- Code of Practice for Graduate/Postgraduate Teaching and Learning
- Examinations Process
- Grading Scale Policy
- Grading Scale Procedures
- Special Consideration Policy
- Special Consideration Procedures
- Unit Assessment Procedures
Revised assessment and coursework unit procedures from Semester 2, 2017
Monash University recently revised its approach to assessment. There is a new Assessment in Coursework Units Policy which integrates the ‘Monash Assessment Vision’. There are also procedures which accompany the policy. The MGA urges graduate students to take note of these new procedures that come into effect from Semester 2, 2017. More details are available here
- Failing a unit(s);
- Lack of criteria for assessment;
- Lack of timely feedback;
- Placement difficulties;
- Unfair assessment;
- Unfair examination process;
- Unfair examination questions;
- Unfair timelines.
Get some independent advice from the MGA by booking an appointment with an MGA advocate.
Book an appointment with an MGA advocate
To get in contact with one of our advocates, please book an appointment via email. Alternatively, you can call the Clayton (9905 3197) or Caulfield (9903 1880) office to speak to one of our advocates.