R (on the application of Crawford) v The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

University – Examination. The claimant medical student failed his final year exams on the first and second attempt. His appeal was unsuccessful and he applied for judicial review of the way in which his grade had been calculated and the conduct of the appeal process. The Administrative Court dismissed his claim as the university had acted in compliance with the relevant handbook and the appeal had been conducted reasonably and rationally.

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