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Appeal Policy and Procedure

Posted on 6 Mar 2014

Students who have not passed their modules may submit an appeal for review of results using BCI-FRM-5501 Results Appeal Form through the Student Service Executive giving their reasons. This appeal must be submitted within 1 week of the release of exam results, together with payment of the required fee. The Student Service Executive passes the Appeal Form to the Admin Manager, who obtains the response from the teacher/marker on the merit of the appeal. She then submits the appeals with the teacher’s response to the Exam Board for decision.

 

The Admin Manager updates the decisions of the Exam Board in the school management system, and informs students of the outcome of their appeal. 

 

The college works within the following timelines for processing and release of the final exam and appeal results:

  1. Release of final exam results – within 4 weeks after completion of the final paper of the examination
  2. Release of appeal results – within 4 weeks from the official date of release of the exam results (or 3 weeks from the close of the appeal period).

 

The college returns the exam scripts to students after 4 weeks or more from the official date of release of the exam results. 

 

A student whose appeal is unsuccessful may apply to the college to take a re-test with payment of a re-test fee.  This application must be submitted within 1 week of the release of the appeal results. If the student fails the re-test, he must either repeat the module or take a new module in order to accumulate the required number of passed modules for graduation.

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