Final End of Semester 2/2016 Timetable now available in myGriffith.
Access it via the Exam Timetable tile (centre) or by scrolling to November in 'My Schedule'.
By the end of the first week in which a course commences, teaching staff must provide you with a course outline specifying the assessment criteria and requirements, including due dates, relative weighting of assessment items, word lengths for essays and duration of exams.
If a major portion of the course's assessment is by final exam, staff must ensure that there is a one week revision period between the end of the teaching period and the scheduling of the exam.
In courses where there is a final exam, teaching staff must ensure that no other major assessment items (worth 20% or more) are due after Week 11 of the semester.
Teaching staff must inform you of any subsequent changes made to the assessment requirements as specified in the course outline.
If you have any queries about assessment items, you should contact the relevant teaching staff for assistance and guidance.
This website also contains information relating to results, special consideration, deferred exams, academic progress and academic misconduct.
Students can also find further information in the Policy Library.