Have you received results that you are not happy with? This can happen from time to time but we are here to make sure that you have all the information required to make a decision on your next step.


>What should I do if I have failed an assessment?  

What should I do if I have failed an assessment?

Not receiving the mark you had hoped for can be a disheartening experience. There are many reasons why you may not have achieved what you had set out to but it is important to remember that help is at hand.

NCC Education provides all of our students the opportunity to re-sit their assessments. The rules and procedures do vary depending on which qualification you are studying, so the important thing to do is speak to your centre for more guidance on what your options are.

Sometimes students will only fail in a particular assessment (an exam or an assignment, for example) and if this is the case it may not be necessary for you to re-sit all the assessments for that particular module in order to pass. When this happens, your NCC Education centre will give you feedback to show which assessment you will need to re-sit.

All students are issued with an NCC Education results transcript that will show you all of the modules and assessments you have attempted and the grades you have achieved. These result slips are distributed through your centre and if you are unsure of what assessments you need to re-sit please speak to your centre and they will be able to help you

>What if I do not agree with my final grades?  

What if I do not agree with my final grades?

If you do not agree with the decision you will need to contact your centre to discuss your options. NCC Education allows students to request a review of their results if they are unsatisfied. The purpose of the review process is to provide an opportunity for students to ensure that NCC Education’s processes and procedures have been followed correctly and to confirm that any grade awarded is fully justified.

All reviews must be requested through your NCC Education centre. There is a four week period for you to request a review after receipt of your results; your centre will inform you of the process and of the payment required.

For more information please refer to the Review of Results and Appeals Procedure document.

>Why didn't I receive any results?  

Why didn't I receive any results?

There are a number of reasons why your centre may not have provided you with your results. You will need to contact your centre directly to find out more details.