What is an Incomplete grade? How do I get my final grade if I have an incomplete?

Question:

What is an Incomplete grade? How do I get my final grade if I have an incomplete?

Answer:

If you received an “I” grade (Incomplete) at the end of a study session, this means a final mark has not yet been awarded to you for the unit. Usually this occurs for students who have received extensions on assessments after the final dates for the official release of grades. If you receive an Incomplete grade for a unit and are unsure why, you will need to do the following:

-Check that you have completed all the assessments for the unit with no outstanding extensions or supplementary exams to attend.

-Contact the unit convener to find out why in this instance you have received the Incomplete.


Once the convener has reached a decision concerning your grade (i.e. whether extra work is required for completion, or if the student should have received a Fail Absent), they will  submit a "Change of Grade" form, which is then approved by Head of Department then processed. Your grade will then be finalised and it will appear on your transcript.