What are NOT grounds for Appeal?


Matters which are NOT grounds for appeal:

  • Questioning the academic or professional judgement of the Examiners. This includes their decision to award you a particular mark.
  • Disappointment with a result (e.g. mark/classification) where marks have been accurately recorded, assessment regulations correctly followed and where no evidence of material irregularity exists.
  • Issues of complaint, for example issues related to supervision, feedback, the provision of services by the University including teaching and support. If you wish to raise such issues then you are referred to the University’s Complaints procedure, a link to which you will find here.
  • Querying the accuracy of marks. The University has a separate procedure related to this which you can find here.
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