You may be able to submit an appeal if you have significant concerns about the way your assessment was conducted, or if you have extenuating circumstances which you were not able to tell us about at the time.
If you think that you have grounds to appeal against an Examination Board's decision please read the following University Appeals Procedures and Guidance Notes, paying particular attention to the Grounds for Review. Appeals which do not meet the grounds will be rejected:
University Appeals Procedures
Guidance for students
If you require any support or advice on submitting an appeal please contact the Students' Union Advice and Support Service or call them on 020 7514 6270.
How to submit an Appeal
Stage 1 Appeal
In order to submit an appeal you will need to complete the Stage 1 Appeal Form:
All forms must be submitted within 15 working days of the date of the publication of results. You can find this date at the top of the results letter that was sent to you by the College.
The Appeals Unit will process your appeal – either to send for review or advise it has been rejected – in a maximum of 10 days. There may be cases where you will be contacted and asked for more details or given additional time in which to submit further supporting evidence. In these instances, there could be a delay in processing your application but you will be kept up to date with its processing.
Stage 2 Appeal
If your Stage 1 Appeal was investigated but you were not satisfied with the outcome of the College's Exam Board review, you may submit a Stage 2 Appeal. You must complete the Stage 2 Appeal Form:
All Stage 2 Appeals must be submitted within 10 working days of the publication of the outcome of the Stage 1 Appeal.