Where can I get help to complete my extenuating circumstances claim?
- The Academic Advice Service at Queen Mary Students’ Union provides independent and impartial advice on extenuating circumstances claims. You can get advice about your application form, the strength of your supporting documentation and your supporting statement. You can also get independent advice about your rights and entitlements under the university’s regulations and procedures. See the Advice and Support section towards the end of this guide for contact details
- You can also speak to your personal tutor or student support officer in your academic school. This is always advisable, so that your School is aware of your difficulties. But for detailed advice about what to include with your claim and how to make your case, you should contact the Academic Advice Service as explained above
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