What outcomes are available on Appeal?


The academic appeal form contains within Section D outcome options for you to select.

 

These include:

 

  • Remove capping of supplementary assessments/examination marks
  • Be permitted to sit supplementary examinations/assessments
  • Be permitted to repeat the year of study
  • Be permitted to repeat failed modules next academic session
  • Be permitted to sit examinations as an external candidate
  • Be permitted to have dissertation re-examined/be permitted to modify and resubmit dissertation

 

If successful in your appeal, the outcome granted will be in accordance with what is permissible under the relevant regulations for your programme.

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