If you're unsure what the codes in your results mean, they are explained here.
Points for units will only be published from 2005 onwards.
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 progression on studentConnect. GPA will only appear on your Statement of Academic Record if you began your course from 2005 onwards.
Your GPA is calculated using these values with the formula as follows:
(a) The GPA calculation includes all attempts at units which are awarded a numeric grade
(b) Unfinalised results are not included in the calculation.
|PS||Passed Supplementary Exam||Pass||4|
|FN||Fail due to non-completion||Fail||0|
|FS||Fail Supplementary Exam||Fail||0|
|WE||Not permitted to sit exam||Fail||0|
WAM is your weighted average mark for the whole course based on your current achievement. WAM will only appear on your Statement of Academic Record if you began your course from 2005 onwards.
WAM is calculated as follows:
Passed Supplementary Exam
Fail due to non-completion
Fail Supplementary Exam
Original mark retained
Note: Unfinalised results are not included in the calculation.
From 2005, credit units ceased to be recorded with a grade of CU.