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Explanation: Once again, standing procedure in France where the results of students are discussed in committee. This is not an examinations board as such for the members of the 'panel' are made up of teachers from each subject/discipline area and it's a make or break situation for borderline students. (as a teacher I was regularly invited to sit on the committee although presence is not obligatory. However, it can make a difference to some students if you go as you can speak up for them.)
The closest we seem to have is the Assessment Committee or Board where the students' results are debated by a committee made up of faculty members. See the following links for more details
Membership of Faculty Assessment Committees
this is for what year in school? is it for all students or for a special case?
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borad of examiners
The University operates a system whereby degree examination results are approved by Boards of Examiners. A Board is made up of representatives of all the Departments teaching on a course and has the responsibility for approving exam results and for taking decisions about the progress of students. Boards generally meet twice a year, once in late June to review students’ performance in the January and May/June diets of examinations, and again in September to review the August diet. Students’ identities are not disclosed during the marking process for all examinations and in some cases double-marking by internal examiners takes place. Examination question papers and scripts are subject to scrutiny by External Examiners.