If your assessment marks have not been released and you have 0.02 recorded on StudyDesk or in Gradebook, it means that the university has a suspicion that academic misconduct may have occurred.
Your assessment item will be referred to the Academic Integrity Unit for investigation. Your School Academic Integrity Lead will review the available information in consultation with the Academic Integrity Unit and make a preliminary decision about whether to proceed with a Notice of Allegation of Academic Misconduct or whether to dismiss the suspicion.
If the suspicion is dismissed, your course coordinator is informed and asked to release your mark. You may sometimes receive additional information with them to help you understand why the assessment item was flagged and how to avoid it in the future.
If there is enough evidence to warrant an allegation, you will receive further information to your student email address.
Depending on the time of year, this process can take anywhere from 5-20 business days.