Graduating University, can I question a second year result?

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So I am graduating university and just received my results. One second year module brings down my grade quite a bit as it was a double module, however during my second year my depression got really bad and I believe this greatly affected my marks. At the time I felt so low and had no self-belief and now wish I had applied for extenuating circumstances.
Is there anything I can do now? Or have I left it too late?

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Unfortunately I'd imagine it's too late because you generally need to provide evidence before (or at least very soon after) you take the exam in question. I still think it's worth asking anyway, but I wouldn't get your hopes up.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi,

So I am graduating university and just received my results. One second year module brings down my grade quite a bit as it was a double module, however during my second year my depression got really bad and I believe this greatly affected my marks. At the time I felt so low and had no self-belief and now wish I had applied for extenuating circumstances.
Is there anything I can do now? Or have I left it too late?

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Tbh, it's probably too late. There's no harm in asking, but they may just say "why didn't you apply at the time?"
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