What are extenuating circumstances?
Extenuating circumstances are circumstances which:
- affect your ability to attend or complete an assessment or a number of assessments;
- are exceptional;
- are outside of your control;
- can be corroborated by independent evidence;
- occurred during or shortly before the assessment in question.
If you wish to claim extenuating circumstances you should obtain a claim
form from your faculty or school office.
The form should be submitted to your faculty office accompanied by independent corroborating evidence.