If you think your grade is wrong, you must first request the school to check whether a mistake was made in determining or submitting the grade. This is called a Centre Review.
If we identify a mistake, the school can submit a revised grade to the exam board to consider.
If we do not identify an error, but you still believe that your grade is wrong, you can ask the school to submit a Formal Appeal to the exam board for you.
You can appeal for any of the following reasons:
- there was an error in the way the school followed or applied our procedure for determining your teacher assessed grade
- the school did not make a reasonable judgement when deciding which evidence to use to determine your teacher assessed grade
- the school did not make a reasonable judgement about your grade based on the evidence gathered
Please note the appeal questions whether the original decision was a reasonable one, and not whether other reasonable decisions could have been made.
A grade will only be changed if there was an error when determining or submitting the grade, or if the grade given could not have reasonably been reached based on the evidence presented.
If you would like to request a review you will initially need to fill out the Stage one section of the Request Form from the documents section on the right. This also provides further information for students. If, after the decision at this stage you decide to submit a Formal Appeal you will need to complete Stage two of the form.
For each Stage this should be sent to the school’s exams officer, Mr. Andrew Baron, email@example.com
Documents to be found that link in with this process are,
Centre Policy – this document outlines the procedures for determining Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) this Summer at Wimbledon College
Key dates – the dates that apply to Appeals for the Summer 2021 TAGs
Evidence details – the evidence that was used for each subject and qualification in determining TAGs
Request Form - Student request form for Centre Reviews and Appeals to awarding organisations.
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