If you are thinking of submitting an appeal, your first steps should be to:
Your Supervisor, Programme Director, or other relevant member of academic staff. Consulting them may fully address your concerns and remove the need for an academic appeal.
An Academic Adviser at the Advice Place. The Academic Advisers at EUSA are professional staff who are experienced in the University's academic appeals process. They can offer independent advice and guidance on lodging an academic appeal, and throughout the process itself. The EUSA website has a section dedicated to Academic Appeals.
Familiarise yourself with the grounds for appeal and the appeal procedure.
This article was published on Oct 20, 2010