If you are unhappy with the grade you received, you can contact the
Open University office, which will provide you with the contact details
of the teacher responsible for the grading. The teacher is required to
explain to you the used assessment criteria and how they have been
applied in your case.
If you are still not satisfied with your grading after contacting the
teacher, you can apply for a rectification of the assessment in writing.
You must appeal within 14 days of the date that you have had the chance
to access your results and the information on how the assessment
criteria have been applied in your case. The teacher must provide you
with a written statement of a denied appeal on request.
If you are unhappy with the decision on the rectification of assessment,
you may appeal to the appellate board. You must file the appeal no
later than 14 days after receiving information on the decision. Submit
your appeal to the University Registry. You cannot appeal against the
decision of the appellate board.