Monday, January 09, 2006

As I take a break in my spirit-crushing exam revision, cup of tea in one hand, ASDA Good For You digestive biscuits in the other, one thing in particular is on my mind.

Leeds University's policy is that when you finally get your degree results, if you are only a point or so away from a 2:1 or a 1st, then they look at your record to see if there have been any mitigating circumstances during the course of your degree that could have adversely affected your results, and then in some cases push up your marks accordingly.

I was wondering, does 'the new series of ER starting the night before my exam' count as mitigating circumstances?


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