Tutor calls for appeals procedure

March 1985
Accountancy;Mar1985, Vol. 96 Issue 1099, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that accountancy tutor Jeff Wooller to establish an appeals procedure for students who believe that requests for extensions to the time limit on examinations retakes have been unjustifiably denied by the British Examinations Concessionary Committee. Reasons behind Wooller's move; Impact on the accounting profession.


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