Have you been unfairly assessed?

Appeals Against Assessment

Appeals Against Assessment

If you disagree with a mark you have received, or feel that you have been unfairly assessed, you can appeal your grade. You must first seek a review with your Course or Program Coordinator. If you're not satisfied with this outcome, you can then proceed with the formal process of appealing against assessment.
Remember, deadlines apply! You must apply within 20 working days of receiving your result.


Overview

Download PDF: Appeals Against Assessment Overview


Stage 1: Seeking an informal review

Download PDF: Stage 1 - Seeking an Informal Review 
Please note that stage 1 must be completetd before progressing to stage 2.


Stage 2: Lodging a formal appeal

Download PDF: Stage 2 - Writing a Formal Review

Download PDF: Appeal Letter Example - General
Download PDF: Appeal Letter Example - Business
Download PDF: Appeal Letter Example - Design
Download PDF: Appeal Letter Example - Fine Art
Download PDF: Appeal Letter Example - Information Technology
Download PDF: Appeal Letter Example - Medical Sciences
 

Download PDF: Formal Appeal Appliaction Form
Download PDF: RMIT Assessment Policy
Download PDF: RMIT Review / Appeal Procedure (Refer to Section 4)


Why is your course guide relevant to this process?

Download PDF: Course Guides Overview
Download PDF: How to find your course guide
Download PDF: RMIT Course Design Procedure (Refer to Section 4)


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