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the application of the secondary rule for classification).

17.17 If the committee is unable to classify the circumstance, particularly in complex cases, it should flag and recommend to the relevant Board of Examiners that professional advice is sought to help in the interpretation of existing evidence and/or supplementary evidence.

17.18 The committee must note the reasons underlying its decisions and these notes, along with information on the period of time in which the circumstances affected the student and the assessments / forms of learning that were affected, should form its report to the Board of Examiners.

17.2 The effects that properly reported extenuating circumstances have on a student’s performance must be considered by boards of examiners when making progression, completion or classification decisions.

The reporting of extenuating circumstances 17.3 The reporting of extenuating circumstances and their effects is the responsibility of the student.

medical opinion prior to making a decision, particularly if chronic circumstances are involved.

17.20 Information about the precise medical or other extenuating circumstances of the candidate must remain confidential to the extenuating circumstances committee.

A small extenuating circumstances committee shall be established to consider the extenuating circumstances that may have affected a student's performance in assessment.17.33 Each recommended allowance made by School Boards of Examiners with respect to extenuating circumstances will be presented to the Faculty Board of Examiners for approval.17.34 The Faculty Board of Examiners will ensure: 17.35 Faculty Boards of Examiners may wish to seek professional advice e.g.Consideration of extenuating circumstances by boards of examiners 17.22 The School Board of Examiners will receive the report provided by the Extenuating Circumstances Committee and consider the case of each student who has presented extenuating circumstances, and then determine the effect, if any, on the candidate's results.17.23 The School Board of Examiners will determine whether a student’s performance has been substantially affected by extenuating circumstances beyond their control and what action, if any, is required to take into account these circumstances, as is fair and reasonable.17.32 A Board of Examiners must consider the effect of extenuating circumstances from previous years, if applicable, on its decision-making (e.g.