Repeated (failed) courses
If you fail a course you will need to repeat it. This means you must re-enrol in the course in order to continue in the program. You will also need to pay the associated course fees to repeat any failed course/s.
If you think you might fail a course, you are strongly advised to contact your lecturers or program managers for advice.
Fail grades are recorded on your academic transcript and will be used to calculate your Grade Point Average (GPA) and Weighted Average Mark (WAM) if applicable.
If you fail a course twice, you will be identified as a student ‘at risk’ of making poor academic progress.
- Find out more about academic progress, including what it means to be 'at risk'.