A Word About Appeals
As far as appeals go, you need to speak to your school asap. They will appeal on your behalf, but they will only do it if they think you have a realistic chance of success. Any appeal must be based on evidence that you're capable of achieving the mark you think you should ahve had. This will usually mean you'll have to have done well int he prelim - but even that is not a guarantee of success. Not all prelims are created equal, so if you got an A in a prelim that seems perhaps less rigorous that it might have been than your appeal may not stand up. The key is that we have to be fair to those who have achieved the standard, so your school really does have to be able to put together a compelling case on your behalf.
Pretty happy with my results considering the amount of effort in this year i.e. next to none,
I passed the Scottish Baccalaureate in Languages with an A in AH French, C in AH Spanish and a B in the project (and also got an A at Int 2 cookery haha)
A bit disappointed with the C in Spanish, if it had been a B I could have got a Distinction in the Bacc but I shouldn't be surprised because of how little I tried and overall happy I passed everything!
I'm not an SQA student, but was interested does clearing open earlier for you guys?
Got 93% in my Admin Prelim and passed all my NAB's very comfortably. Got a B in the final exam (already have an unconditional so not too bothered, but it's a pride thing) so what are my odds of gaining an A on appeal?
Anyone know if you can get a successful appeal by just using NABs, predicted grades and internal assessments (like without the prelim) cause I got a C in Higher Eng which I thought I would do much better on, I got a D in the prelim but I've got good results for the NABs and as well as doing weekly critical essays I've put in the effort to do more essay during my spare time (about 17) which could maybe be used as evidence cause I still have them (I would say I've gotten an average score of 19 for all of them)