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You can appeal against submit an appeal if you can establish there was a procedural error in arriving at an academic decision, or on the basis of Exceptional Circumstances Affecting Assessment that, for good reason, you did not declare at the time of the assessment or a procedural irregularity in the assessment.However, you cannot appeal against an the basis that you can provide evidence that you had exceptional circumstances which you could not have raised at the time. You cannot appeal against academic judgement of your work (this is the marker’s opinion).

For further details on both terms and how to appeal, visit: 

Assistance with appeals and representation at hearings is also available through the Students’ Union Advice and Support Centre (ASC). All communication is confidential and free. For further information, visit: Seek support from your supervisor and/or the YUSU Advice and Support Centre before deciding whether to submit an academic appeal. 

For information on making a complaint, see the 'Making a Complaint' sectionRules and responsibilities section below.