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Appeals – Form A (Re-Reads)

WHAT IS A FORM A RE-READ/RE-ASSESSMENT?

A Re-Read/Re-Assessment is when a student questions their grade or the assessment of their performance on a piece of work or a program component and alleges error in the academic assessment of their work on the part of an instructor or a committee.  In order to qualify for a re-read the piece of work or program component must be worth 10% or more of the final course grade.  The results of a Form A are final and cannot be appealed.

Excluded from these Procedures

  • Master’s theses, doctoral theses, Ph.D. comprehensive examinations, Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE), and supervisory committee reports.

Fee

  • There is a $50 fee to file a Form A Re-Read/Re-Assessment

ADJUDICATION PROCESS

The results shall be considered in accordance with the Student Appeal Procedures.  

For the Faculty of Humanities the results shall be considered in accordance with the the Faculty of Humanities procedure.

For all of the other Faculties (in the absence of an established Faculty policy) the following shall apply:

For example:

  • a grade change UP would be a B to A, but not B to A-
  • a grade change DOWN would be B to C, but not B to C+

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Submission Process

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