Frequently asked Questions FAQ's
1. Was my application considered by the panel?
If your final awarded mark was within 3 marks of the pass mark your application will have been presented to the panel for review. Successful applicants will be notified.
2. My application was sent to the panel for review but I have not been moved to the pass mark
Once your application and supporting documentation has been reviewed by the panel they will decide if an extra allocation of marks is deemed appropriate. If your mark has not been adjusted then it was decided an extra allocation of marks was not appropriate.
3.The deadline has passed and I am unable to get supporting documentation
Applications and supporting documentation must be submitted within 28 calendars days after the last assessment date of the exam session. Failure to do so may result in your application not being presented to the panel.
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