Before you ask for a re-mark, you must ask to see the marker to discuss for the reasons for the mark. if you have discussed the point by email, you can use copies of the emails to prove this. If the marker does not respond to requests for a meeting, come and talk to us at advice(su).
Once you have decided that a re-mark is your best option, you should complete form LTS005 and hand it to the Hub.
On the form, you will need to show that one or more of the following reasons applies, and produce evidence that:
the mark is not consistent with the feedback given
feedback suggests that part of your submission has not been considered
the assessment criteria have not been appropriately applied
The evidence needed might include:
a statement from you quoting the feedback showing that it appears that the marker has failed to mark part of your work, (for example, the feedback says that you did not mention a point that you have covered in your work); or
a copy of the feedback and a statement from you explaining why it does not address points in your work, giving examples; or
evidence showing why the marking does not meet the assessment criteria given for the work This could be a statement from you giving examples of where the marking does not reflect the published assessment criteria.
When your work has been remarked, if there is a difference between the original mark and the second mark, the Director of Learning and Teaching for your School will adjudicate and award a mark. Remember, this could be lower than your original mark.