What kind of decisions can be appealed?

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What kind of decisions can be appealed?

Below is a list of the Board of Examiners decisions that can be challenged by way of an academic appeal:


- The mark or result of an individual assessment component.

- The mark or result of a whole unit.

- Your final award/degree classification.

- A decision that you may not progress to the next stage of your course.

- A decision that a failed unit cannot be compensated.

-  A decision that you are not allowed another assessment attempt.

- A decision that you must do a retake rather than a resit.

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