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  1. Grade codes explained Pre - 1997 AB - Absent - Deemed Failed A+ - Higher Distinction (80-100%) A - Distinction (75-79%) B+ - Credit Pass (70-74%) B - Credit Pass (65-69%) C+ - Pass (60-64%) C - Pass (50-59%) C- - Pass C*... Date Updated: 23/06/2017
  2. 2017 dates and teaching weeks This table can be downloaded via the associated attachment at the bottom of this page or your can  add the digital calendar provided by BITS to your device or email client. Week Number Week... Date Updated: 30/01/2017
  3. Grade Point Average explained At UWA your grade point average (GPA) is a simple numerical index which summarises academic performance in a course. Your GPA is reported on your Statement of Academic Record and published under... Date Updated: 02/09/2016
  4. Release of semester 1 results In Semester 1, 2017 your results will be released on: Monday, 17 July 2017 Date Updated: 26/06/2017
  5. 2018 dates and teaching weeks Updated This table can be downloaded via the associated attachment at the bottom of this page or your can  add the digital calendar provided by BITS to your device or email client. Week Number Week... Date Updated: 04/08/2017
  6. The correct degree abbreviation to use after your name UWA publishes principles and processes for degree abbreviations . These should only be used once you have formally graduated from your award. For example, if you have graduated from a Bachelor of... Date Updated: 05/12/2016
  7. Locating your Faculty Adviser Updated Your Student Adviser is a member of the Student Experience team dedicated to providing course and enrolment advice. Arts and Law Student Office Bachelor of Arts students and postgraduate courses... Date Updated: 17/08/2017
  8. Book a group study space in libraries Updated All group study rooms and booths in libraries must be booked using the online group study room booking system . This service is available for current UWA students for group study purposes only... Date Updated: 01/08/2017
  9. Weighted Average Mark explained Your WAM, or Weighted Average Mark, is a numerical value, which is calculated based on the mark you have received in each unit. It is the average mark you achieve across the units you have completed... Date Updated: 30/08/2016
  10. Credit points explained The University assigns a credit point value to each unit of study. A unit is normally worth six points (with some exceptions). A six point unit normally represents approximately 150 hours... Date Updated: 07/03/2017