At some point during your university career, you may not be happy with a mark you received. And while this can be frustrating, you can also try to learn from the experience. And the good news is there are many people here to help.
Talk to your professor or TA
This is what office hours are for! Whether you want to discuss your mark, or just get feedback on how to improve for next time, be sure to talk to your professor or TA.
Speak to your College Registrar
If you are looking for guidance on how to proceed, your College Registrar can help. They can direct you to the appropriate resources and talk to you about the process to appeal your mark if you decide that is how you would like to proceed, but go to your College quickly as that process is time sensitive. If you do not appeal, or if it is not successful, your College Registrar can help you consider all options with respect to the course and your overall academic plan.
Learn from your feedback
Whether you agree or not, consider the feedback you received and think about brushing up on some skills. The following people/services are here to help: