What happens if I fail the Part 2 exam?
Examiners will send you a report on areas of weakness and, where possible, suggestions on how your answers could be improved. As with Part 1, you need to re-register to resit the exam.
An appeal is possible if there were practical difficulties during an exam, such as internet connection issues. An appeal for purely academic reasons, for either Part 1 or Part 2, is not possible. The Part 1 examination is machine graded, and the Part 2 examination papers are marked and double-checked by a panel of highly experienced professionals.
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