Explanation and Appeal
Explanation for a given grade
Students may ask for an explanation of a given grade. Explanations are short and present the general principles underlying the assessment.
Enquiries about an explanation must be addressed to email@example.com.
The deadline for asking for an explanation is one week from the release of the examination result in StudentWeb. On oral exams students must ask for an explanation directly to the examiners immediately after the grade is given.
The enquiry must include the student's name, the course code, the exam form, and the candidate number. This information is available in the results tab in StudentWeb.
The processing deadline is normally two weeks.
Appeal on a grade/formal error
Students can appeal a given exam grade. It is recommended to ask for an explanation before an appeal is made.
The deadline for appealing is three weeks after the grade has been published or three weeks after an explanation is given.
An appeal will be dealt with anonymously. The exam submission is assessed by two new examiners who are not informed about the original grade. The new grade can be either the same, higher, or lower than the original, and replaces the original whatever the outcome. The student may not appeal the new grade, cf. Act relating to universities and university colleges § 5-3. You can not make an appeal on the grade from an oral exam, courses where the final assessment is based solely on the fulfillment of course requirements or other assessments whose nature is such that reassessment is not possible.
The result of the appeal will be given in writing. The processing deadline is normally three weeks after the deadline for appealing expired.
If the result from an appeal is not received within the deadline for registering for a new exam, and you have the right to register for the exam due to failing, we advise that you register for the new exam.
Appeals on formal errors are regulated by Act relating to universities and university colleges § 5-2. Any such appeal must be given in writing to MF (address below).
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society
Exam Office, PO Box 5144 Majorstuen