Academic Regulation 11: Review of Grades and Examinations

11.1 – Review of Term Work
Students have the right to a review of any grade assigned in a course subject to the marking scheme set out by the instructor(s).

Information about appeals of Instructors’ decisions on grading of term work can be found in Appeal of Academic Decisions, Section 3.

11.2 – Final Examinations and Final Grades
Students have the right to review their final examination papers. For this purpose, final examination paper means the final examination question paper in a class and the graded answer paper written by the student which, by Senate policy, must be retained for a period of 12 months.

Information about appeals of Instructors’ decisions on grading of final examinations can be found in Appeal of Academic Decisions, Section 3.