Is there a deadline for Appealing?

Requests for Appeals cannot be made until after you have been notified of the Examining Board’s decision (i.e. after your results have been published on the intranet).

You have up to 3 months from the date of the Examination Board’s decision having been published on the intranet to submit your appeal (unless there is a compelling reason why your appeal is submitted after the three month period).

When we receive your appeal, we will aim to provide you with a realistic timescale at that point and update you in the event that the timescale needs to be changed.

Please note students unsuccessful at appeal/who do not receive the outcome they had hoped for at appeal and who submit final review applications requesting supplementary attempts should be aware that this year (due to the short period of time between the  publication of results  and the commencement of the supplementary assessment period) final review applications will not be considered and processed in time for/during the supplementary assessment period.  It is therefore extremely important that students provide all relevant evidence and information when submitting an appeal.

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11-02-2022 14:18
Joanna Parketny
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