Yes, if your centre requests a re-mark.
Is a re-mark the best option for me?
During a re-mark your marks may go up, down or stay the same. If your marks go down, you cannot reject the re-mark and go back to the original mark.
You should speak to your tutor/exams officer to discuss whether you were close enough to the pass mark to make the re-mark worthwhile.
Entering for another series might be a better option for you.
What does a re-mark involve?
A senior examiner will re-mark your paper.
Once your paper has been re-marked we do a clerical check to make sure that:
• everything you have written has been marked
• all of the marks have been added up to give the correct total mark
• we’ve entered your total mark correctly on our systems
• special consideration has been applied (if it was requested before the exam).
You can request that we only perform the clerical check. If you do, this will cost less than having a full re-mark.
How long will it take to get my paper re-marked and what will it cost?
We aim to have the result of your re-mark back to you within 30 days. The exams officer has the deadlines for submitting re-marks after each exams session. If you miss the deadline you will not be able to request a re-mark.
Your exams officer will be able to tell you how much this service will cost.
What happens if I am still not happy with my grade after a re-mark?
If you are still not satisfied after a re-mark, you can ask your centre to appeal on your behalf.