What if my extenuating circumstances affect more than one examination?


You have up to 5 working days after each examination to make your College aware of any difficulties (whether you sat the examination or not) and the University will not normally consider circumstances raised after this time. The 5 working days time limit starts after each examination and so you should contact your College within 5 working days of each examination and not 5 working days after your last affected examination. If you wait 5 working days after your last examination then you may be out of time to claim that you were affected by extenuating circumstances for any previous examinations.

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