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Generally, your teacher will usually have collated evidence of your work and performance to support the grade that they decided to award you. Before they decided on your grade, they should have made you aware of what evidence they used.
You should have had an opportunity to confirm that the work is your own and to have made your teacher aware of any mitigating circumstances that should be taken into account.
In this case, once you have the results of your grades, if you want to appeal your grades, you need to speak to your school or college. The first thing they’ll do is make sure that all of their processes were followed correctly and no errors were made.
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It would appear unfair on your end in that case. If your problem with your teacher still persists after talking to the school, please follow this procedure: