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This policy applies to the following University Examinations:

  • Law Tripos, Part IA, IB and II
  • Examination in Law for European Students
  • LLM Examination
  • MCL Examination

Routinely available data

Data

Retention Period

Accessible Through

Final mark book

Indefinite

Director of Studies or College Tutor

The final mark book contains the candidate’s marks on each paper, the candidate’s total mark, the candidate’s class and position within that class, together with statistical information on the performance of candidates in each paper and in the examination as a whole.

Data available on request (where retained) (see Guidance on Examinations Data Access for further information)

Data

Retention Period

Accessible Through

Final meeting mark books

Six months from publication of Class List

Examinations Secretary

Marks for individual questions

Six months from publication of Class List

Examinations Secretary

Scripts

Six months from publication of Class List

Examinations Secretary

Minutes of examiners' final meetings

Indefinite

Examinations Secretary

At the end of the retention period, data are either destroyed or anonymised and used for statistical analysis.

Please request data via the University's eSales electronic payment system. The link to the eSales page can be found in the Examination Information section of the Faculty Resources webpages called 'Examination Information for Students - Faculty of Law'.

Release of data under this policy does not constitute a subject access request under the Data Protection Act 1998. Requests for access to all other personal data should be directed to:

University Data Protection Officer, 10 Peas Hill, Cambridge, CB2 3PN, e-mail: data.protection@admin.cam.ac.uk.

Updated April 2014