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The Academic Appeals Procedure allows a student to appeal against a decision of an Examination Committee (e.g. a coursework or examination assessment, withdrawal from a course or placement, etc) if it is believed an error has occurred under one of the grounds stated in this set of regulations:
If you think a particular Examination Committee decision is incorrect, you are strongly advised to consult the Brookes Union Advice Service who can help you decide what your options are and help you put forward your case.
It is also useful to speak to the assessment marker to find out why you achieved that mark and to get feedback for future assessments.
Sometimes you may not agree with the mark given and think you deserve more. However, this is not the same as there being a mistake with the decision of the Examination Committee. It is worth noting that before a grade can be published: