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Exams, Dissertations & Grading

Handbook of Academic Regulations and Proceduresgraphic of paper and pencil

Academic Calendar (including dates of exam periods)

School of Law grade descriptors and grading bands

www.timetable.ul.ie

UL Law School Teaching and Assessment Practices for Students

Author's Declaration

Dissertation Supervision Policy 

Script viewing/Grade breakdown - Spring 2022

Script viewing for Spring semester 2022 applies only to the following modules:

LA4035 

LABOUR LAW 

LA4042 

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 

LA4109 

LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY 

LA4222 

CRIMINAL LAW 2 

LA4320 

LAW OF TORTS 2 

LA5002 

IRISH AND EUROPEAN LABOUR LAW 

Please fill in this form by Friday 24th June at 5pm

(note this process has now closed as of Friday 24th June at 5pm)

Script viewing days are Tuesday and Wednesday 28th and 29th June 10am-3pm (FG-028)

Viewing day information

 

For all other Law modules please complete a Grade Breakdown form (process now closed)

Deadline for the Grade breakdown is Friday 24th June at 5pm. Please return all forms to Carol.Huguet@ul.ie

Grade breakdowns will be returned approx 2-3 working days after deadline.

 

Note: The above information applies only to Law modules and modules run by the School of Law. For all other modules, please contact the relevant School/Departmental Administrator

 

 

What should a student do if they are unhappy with a grade?

Should a student consider that they may have been assigned an incorrect grade, a clear procedure is provided for in the Academic Regulations (link above). The student may request a recheck of the grade within two weeks of the relevant semester results becoming available. To request a recheck, the student must complete the appropriate form (available from the Student Academic Administration Office) and pay a fee.

After receiving the appropriate form, the relevant  academic staff member will then (and only then)  review the script for accuracy. The recheck request form will be returned to the Student Academic Administration Office with the decision noted on it (including any change of grade). It should be noted that, should the grade recheck so determine, grades may be changed to lower or higher grades.

You are required to follow this process. You should not therefore directly contact the relevant academic staff member in respect of a grade recheck.
Should a student not be satisfied with the outcome of the grade recheck, they may appeal the matter to the Head of Department responsible for the module. The appeal must be made within two weeks of the publication of the grade recheck result. To appeal a grade recheck, the student must complete the appropriate form (available from the Student Academic Administration Office) and pay a fee. The appeal must be on stated grounds and should include a full and complete statement on why the student believes the grade awarded is incorrect. It should be noted that, should the grade appeal so determine, grades may be changed to lower or higher grades.

You are required to follow this process. You should not therefore directly contact the relevant academic staff member in respect of a grade appeal.

For grade recheck/appeal forms, please see  Rechecks