Support with your exam results

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Now that the exam period is over, Greenwich Students' Union's (GSU) Advice Service is here to help if you have any questions once you receive official confirmation of your results 

Progression Award Board (PAB's) take place from Monday 17 June to 21 June and result letters will appear on the student portal within ten working days  https://gresu.uk/2WJuhIL

Here at GSU, we are aware that this can be an anxious and stressful time for you which is why we ask all students to get in touch with the GSU Advice Team if they need independent, free and confidential advice during this very important time.

Things that we can definitely advise you about:

-    Submitting academic appeals 
-    Borderline classifications 
-    Summer re-sits
-    Assessment & feedback 
-    Extenuating circumstances 
-    Academic skills 
-    Student well-being 

The Advice Team are on hand throughout the summer. You can see an Adviser in person at both our Greenwich and Avery Hill campuses by booking an appointment online or by attending our daily drop-in advice sessions. If you are too busy, you can either email or telephone the Advice Team. For further details please visit the Advice Team’s website https://gresu.uk/Advice

No problem is too small so if in doubt, give us a shout!

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