Ruling by the President alone
The President of the Examinations Appeal Board may issue an immediate ruling if he is of the opinion that:
- The appeal cannot be accepted because it does not meet the required criteria.
- The appeal is clearly ungrounded.
- The parties do not wish to be heard.
- The appeal can be granted without further investigation or adjudication.
In matters of urgency, the President of the Board may issue a provisional ruling, which is subject to subsequent confirmation and may be reversed.