The sqa said this:
'If your appeal request is accepted, SQA will carry out a clerical check of your exam script and assignments. SQA appointees – practising teachers and lecturers – will also review the assessment evidence that your school, college or training provider sends to us to decide your final grade. The final grade might be different to the estimate that your school, college or training provider sends us. In this case, you will be awarded the higher of the two grades based on the two sources of evidence.'
Does that not mean for subjects that I have 90%+ in evidence for, there's very little chance that even after the review of my evidence, I won't get an A so since I'm awarded the higher of the 2 grades, I'll be given an A regardless of the exam result. Then my only issue is the appeal getting accepted which is why I'm concerned that it says we should discuss the 'discrepancy' between the grades as that sounds like the appeal will only be accepted if there's a large difference