Mitigating circumstance notices to examiners
Information relating to the Coronavirus pandemic
For the most up-to-date advice and guidance about policies and processes relating to Examinations and Assessments, please refer to the following webpages:
The Examinations and Assessments Framework (EAF) has been updated to reflect changes implemented due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Students may submit a mitigating circumstances notice to examiners (MCE) via their college or department for non-matriculated students if their academic performance has been seriously affected by a medical or personal issue.
Notices submitted by noon of the day prior to the final exam board meeting must be considered by the exam board and the outcome recorded in eVision prior to results being released. Departments and Faculties are reminded that final exam board dates must be recorded in eVision, the deadline for which is normally within 10 days of the examiners nomination deadline.
Notices are submitted on the students behalf by the college office or the department for non-matriculated students.
The relevant department or faculty overseeing the exam board are responsible for recording the outcome for all MCE notices in eVision before results are published.
Further information for students is available on the Oxford students website.