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17.21 The Faculty or School should establish a procedure for ensuring that judgements are as consistent and robust as possible, in-year and year-on-year.All decisions on the accommodation of the effects of extenuating circumstances on progression and awards will be made by the board of examiners.17.16 The extenuating circumstances committee should use its discretion and judgement in deciding on the severity and impact in any particular case.All decisions are reserved to the Faculty Board of Examiners itself.17.37 Boards of Examiners must keep a written record of the decisions made with respect to extenuating circumstances and the basis on which they were made.

17.17 If the committee is unable to classify the circumstance, particularly in complex cases, it should flag and recommend to the relevant Board of Examiners that professional advice is sought to help in the interpretation of existing evidence and/or supplementary evidence.17.18 The committee must note the reasons underlying its decisions and these notes, along with information on the period of time in which the circumstances affected the student and the assessments / forms of learning that were affected, should form its report to the Board of Examiners.Schools may ask for evidence of the circumstance before agreeing to an extension.Information on the process for submitting requests for extensions due to extenuating circumstances, including responsibilities in considering the requests, will be made available to students.Guidance on student absence during the teaching period due to illness or other cause is provided at section 5.The regulatory procedure for consideration of extenuating circumstances is provided in the Examination Regulations (section 10, annex 3).17.4 A student must use the university’s extenuating circumstances form (available from: in order to notify the University of any extenuating circumstances that may have affected their ability to fulfil the criteria for the award of credit points or to perform to the best of their ability in assessment events.