- Category: Academic Life
- Published on Tuesday, 12 August 2008 12:50
An ‘I Grade’ is given to a student if they are sick or unwell whether it’s medically, physically or mentally or in the instance of a family crisis. An ‘I Grade’ application can signed off by by the nurse, doctor, counsellor or chaplaincy. The application will then be viewed by the I Grade Committee who are responsible for granting the I Grade.
If you get an ‘I Grade’ you’ll have to repeat it during the repeats held the last week of August/first week of September. You are graded as normal and you don’t have to pay to sit the exam.
There is more info on I Grades in the Student Handbook on page 11.