If you suspect that
an administrative error has been made in calculating or recording your results,
the most effective course of action in the first instance is to contact your
department/school informally so that the accuracy of your results can be
checked. If you submit an appeal on these grounds without having checked
your results with your department/school, you will be asked to do this first so
that you can receive an answer almost immediately.
You cannot appeal
against the academic judgement of examiners. This is because robust
procedures exist to make sure that marking standards are appropriate. If you do
not understand why you have received a particular outcome or mark you may wish
to discuss this with your Course Tutor, Personal Adviser, the Academic
Coordinator or Programme Director.
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