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OU - Special Circumstances - Board of Examiners

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ploughingthrough1981 Sun 12-Apr-15 21:34:19

Evening all,

Getting myself into a bit of (that's a lie....a lot of) a panic.

I sat my exam a few weeks ago now and had to submit an E39 form with supporting evidence due to circumstances that affected my revision period and the actual day of the exam.

What I was wondering was how the Board of Examiners actually view this? Do they have my full student academic record (all the courses I have done towards my qualification) or is it just viewed in the context of the module to which it relates?

Many thanks in advance.

OddBoots Sat 18-Apr-15 17:39:15

I don't know the answer to your question but I hope they view it fairly for you.

BunletMum Wed 17-Jun-15 00:40:02

When I took an OU module, which I completed nearly a year ago now. I was advised to put in for special circumstances due to escaping abusive exP. All I can tell you is that extenuating circumstances did appear on my module completion so be prepared with an explanation if future employers/educators see it.

From what I gather I think extenuating circumstances is just for the exam/module that they were applied for.

Not sure if that's any help.

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