If you feel that your results are unjust you may wish to appeal. In this case you need to initially consider if you have a case. You cannot appeal against the academic judgement of the markers, for example, if you think they should have marked you higher.
However, you might have a case for appeal if you:
- had extenuating circumstances but have not mentioned these before or feel they have not been taken into account;
- feel there has been a mistake in the calculation of your mark;
- feel there has been bias against you.