Not sure if the review also requires extenuating evidence in order to achieve successful outcome?
The exact words are "The SRP (selection review panel) will normally expect there to be strong evidence of both high academic ability and exceptional reasons for underperformance in the tests
Have just seen this on Bucks website & wondered whether this means the IAP could refuse to consider the aspect of not passing the test? Not sure what "ordinarily" means in this context - what would we need to do to ensure they at least consider the appeal? Can you help please?!
The only way of ensuring the IAP will consider your appeal in full is to skip the review."Ordinarily"
They're hoping that most parents will go straight for a review and that, as a consequence, most of them will normally lose the right to have their case heard in full by an independent appeal panel. Compare this with what happens in Kent and Lincs. where admission authorities do not behave in this way, and parents do not
lose the right to have their case for selection heard at appeal.