Examiners will normally return to the ORGS the Examiner's Pro-forma with a recommended Grade, as well as a separate examiner's report detailing feedback, by the due date. Once all reports are returned, they will be collated and sent to the relevant Faculty Research Office for the Associate Dean (Research and Research Training) recommendation of the overall Grade for the Thesis. This recommendation will be based on the Grades of the individual examiners aggregated in accordance with the matrix tables below to calculate an overall Grade. Comments provided by the examiners in support of their recommended Grades will also be taken into consideration. This overall Grade will be approved by the Director (Research Training and Development) prior to Student notification.
The examination process is confidential. Communication between examiners is not normally permitted. Should an examiner wish to contact another examiner, a request in writing explaining the reasons for the interaction must be provided for consideration by the ORGS for Decision by the Director (Research Training and Development). Under no circumstances will an examiner's details be revealed to other examiners without their consent.
The Nomination of Examiners Form must be supported by the relevant Associate Dean (Research and Research Training) and approved by the Director (Research Training and Development).
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The Student must provide both Statement by HDR Student Form and Statement by HDR Supervisor Form with an examinable copy of the Thesis to the relevant Faculty Research Office for Associate Dean (Research and Research Training) for approval prior to the Thesis submission due date. Examiners are requested to return their reports within 30 University Business Days of receipt of the Thesis.
Once a Thesis has been examined and the Student has made suitable revisions to the satisfaction of the relevant Associate Dean (Research and Research Training), the Associate Dean (Research and Research Training) will recommend provisional awarding of the degree. This recommendation will then be forwarded to the Director (Research Training and Development) for approval and the Student will be notified of successfully completing the examination process.
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Students are required to complete the revisions and forward the revised Thesis and summary document to the relevant Faculty Research Office by the date nominated by the ORGS. The Associate Dean (Research and Research Training) will review the revisions and the summary document to ensure they have been completed satisfactorily. Failure to complete the required revisions by the nominated due date may result in the Student having to re-Enrol for the next available Semester and undergoing performance management processes.