What reasons will not be accepted under Mitigating Circumstances?

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What reasons will not be accepted under Mitigating Circumstances?

The following are examples of circumstances for which a claim will not normally be
accepted (this list is not intended to be definitive):


• Medical circumstances that occurred outside the relevant assessment period.

• Medical circumstances without supporting documentation.

• Holiday/employment commitments.

• Financial difficulties.

• Personal computer/printer problems.

• Poor study practice.

• Ignorance of assessment deadlines/times.

• Poor time management.

• Late disclosure of circumstances on the basis that a student felt unable or
uncomfortable confiding in a university staff member about their mitigating
circumstances.

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