What if I choose not to submit an extenuating circumstances application?


It is your choice as to whether you want to discuss any circumstances with your Academic Mentor or staff in the College.  You may feel that you are able to complete your assessments or sit examinations in spite of your circumstances.   If you choose not to submit an application within the stipulated deadlines, the University will NOT normally consider such extenuating circumstances as grounds for an academic appeal, against a degree result or a progression decision.

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