If you do not agree with a decision taken by an examiner or the Examinations Board, you have six weeks from the date of the decision in which to file an appeal with the Examination Appeals Board (COBEX). When filing an appeal against a final mark, please consider the following:
- You should first attempt to resolve the problem in consultation with the examiner, but remember that an appeal with the COBEX must be filed within six weeks after registration of the final result.
- An appeal against a partial mark is not possible;
- When the COBEX has received your appeal, it will ask the Examinations Board to investigate whether a settlement is possible. If this is not the case the COBEX takes a decision.
Other matters for which you may file an appeal include the order, approval, scoring or resits of courses, practical training, examinations or assignments, etc.