When a student believes that they were not evaluated fairly by a professor, they can file a grade appeal or grade grievance.
Check your student handbook and search for the grade appeal section. Most universities have time frames that student must meet. This means that you can't wait until you get ready to graduate to dispute a grade.
I recommend focusing on facts that support your appeal. Do not argue that you didn't feel well or felt the professor didn't teach you. You need to discuss issues surrounding rubrics, confusing or incorrect test questions, or syllabus errors.
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