SQA Exam Results - Information for students
SQA Appeals Information for learners
The SQA has published its appeals process for learners on their website:
After receiving your results, if you think any of your grades don’t seem right, you may be able to appeal.
If your final grade is lower than the estimate the college submitted to SQA before the exam, you may be able to make an appeal directly to SQA, or through the college, you can register an appeal from the 9th August. You should always discuss the discrepancy between your estimated grade and your final grade with your lecturers or centre staff to determine whether the estimated grade and supporting evidence support an appeals request.
If you have any questions about any of your estimates, it is important that you talk to your lecturers or centre staff as soon as possible, please contact email@example.com.
An appeal can be prioritised if you have a conditional place at university or college, or in training or employment that depends on your grade. Please confirm with the college if you have a conditional offer as all priority appeals must be validated by your centre.
To discuss or submit an appeal, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.