Examination results are emailed to each candidate.
50 - 64 = Pass;A combined assignment and examination mark of65 - 74 = Pass with Merit; andA combined assignment and examination mark of75 - 100 = Pass with Distinction
Exam scripts are marked in line with the Diploma in Law grading criteria.
The exam script and assignment of candidates who have achieved a combined assignment and exam mark of between 40 - 49 is automatically sent to a Revising Examiner for review to ensure that the appropriate overall mark has been given. The review is completed before results are published and results emailed to candidates are therefore final. There is no remark facility.
Results will not, under any circumstances, be advised over the telephone by LPAB staff.
A student may apply for an interview with an Examiner in relation to his or her examination performance. The purpose of the interview is to allow the Examiner to explain how a student's examination script does, or does not, satisfy the requirements of the examination. It is not an opportunity for students to dispute the marks awarded with the Examiner.
Students are not, under any circumstances, otherwise permitted to contact an Examiner to discuss his or her examination performance or result.
To book an interview payment is required through LPAB Fee Portal and a short questionnaire is required to be completed. The deadline to submit an interview request is by the end of the late enrolment period.