You will be able to appeal your teacher assessed grade.
- If you are unhappy with you teacher assessed grade, you will first ask your centre to check whether an administrative or procedural error had been made.
- Where your centre does identify an error in the grade submitted to the exam board, it can submit a revised grade and a rationale for the board to consider. If the exam board is satisfied with the rationale, it will issue a revised grade.
- Where a centre does not believe an error had been made, you can ask the centre to appeal to the exam board on your behalf.
Your centre will submit your appeal to the exam board and provide the evidence on which its judgement had been made; the exam board will consider whether, in its view, the grade reflected an appropriate exercise of academic judgement.
If the exam board judges that it did not, the exam board will determine the grade that the evidence would support. The exam board will also check that the centre had followed its own process.
Your grade could go up or down following an appeal.