Exams are over. But what if they didn't go to plan.

So exams are over!

It’s now time to concentrate on next semester’s modules.

However, if you feel that you were not “Fit to Sit” your exams and should instead have applied for Extenuating Circumstances due to ill health, bereavement or any other issue beyond your control, come and speak to a Student Adviser in the UPSU Advice Centre – we are independent of the University and will explain what your options are.

At this stage, all marks are provisional until they are confirmed by the Awards & Assessment Board so you cannot submit an appeal until you have received your transcript with confirmed marks (usually in July for most undergraduates). The Advice Centre will be open throughout the summer to help students with this.

If you have been given a notice accusing you of committing an examination offence, or you have been accused of committing plagiarism, collusion, etc for a piece of coursework, do come and speak to a Student Adviser about your options.

Contact UPSU: Advice 
Call: 01752 588373 / 0800 953 0155
Email: advice@su.plymouth.ac.uk