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Old 06-21-2018, 12:02 PM
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http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2010/15/section/27
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OP, tell your friend to knock it off. He's not helping.
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But the mosquitoes in New Brunswick Bay of Fundy did mess with my understanding of some limited loss functions
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Excel gave me #VALUE.

Edit: Nevermind, I was linking a sumif and didn't open the linked spreadsheet. It is now giving me #N/A.
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Nope. The fact of the matter is that they had marks for all of the other students except him.. (To the best of my knowledge)
What part of the complaint details demonstrates this? I must have missed it in my reading, but I didn't see where it says that the IFoA has and releases details marks analyses on request for the SA2 exam. I see where it says he got one for a different exam (CA3), but nor for SA2. Nor did I see where he shows that they have an analysis available to anyone else but him.

From the details provided, it sounds like 1.) he failed an exam; 2.) the IFoA had no breakdown to send him so he knows what to do differently; 3.) he's bent out of shape that he failed and doesn't know why. It doesn't sound from these particulars that he's been treated any differently from any other person who sits for SA2 and fails, nor has he presented any evidence that he was. (Unless there's more evidence that just what you've posted, OP. In that case, you're leaving out some pretty necessary bits.)

So...sounds like someone's going to get spanked with a dismissal for failure to state a cause of action, if that's such a thing in UK trial procedure.
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OP, tell your friend to knock it off. He's not helping.
What makes you think anyone wants you to rewrite the claim particulars? It's all there for people to read. You wanted to see more and there it is. Let people make their own minds up.
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What part of the complaint details demonstrates this?
Are you stating IFoA didn't have marks for anyone for that exam- where's your evidence of that please.
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What makes you think anyone wants you to rewrite the claim particulars? It's all there for people to read. You wanted to see more and there it is. Let people make their own minds up.
People aren't going to read 5 pages of legalese. I'm trying to summarise what's happening in a way people can understand. I'm actually trying to help.

OP - again, tell your friend to knock it off, this is distracting from the point.
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Excel gave me #VALUE.

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2.) the IFoA had no breakdown to send him so he knows what to do differently
Disclosing marks is a legal requirement under section 7 of the Data Protection Act. None were disclosed.
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Where is jas at when you need him? That would make this a 5 star thread.

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1.) he failed an exam
One fails an exam if marks fall short of the pass marks. If there are no marks... then what, think about it
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