How long does it take for exams to be corrected?
Regulations on the return period for class tests and exams are designed differently in the federal states. The return period is generally between 1 week (primary school) and 3 weeks (high school).
How long does it take until the result of the bachelor thesis is there?
It happens that bachelor theses are evaluated after just one week, while other graduates are still waiting for their grades after tens of months. Realistically, it’s somewhere between six and eight weeks.
What happens if you don’t show up for the exam at the university?
If you do not show up for an exam, you are not allowed to take part in this or the make-up exam. Nothing else happens. You have not failed or failed this module.
What happens if I fail an exam?
If you fail an examination in a module, you definitely fail the final examination (e.g. the bachelor’s or master’s examination) of the course. Your studies will be terminated prematurely and you will be exmatriculated.
Can all exams be rescheduled?
Probably the biggest advantage of pushing is your (for the time being) big gain in time. You have more time to prepare for other, perhaps more important exams, see the end of the learning marathon and can relieve and relax mentally.
How many exams during your studies?
On average, every student in Germany has 6 to 7 exams per semester. And the corresponding exam material sometimes varies so much that you get the feeling of being enrolled in two or three completely different courses. Parallel learning has it all.
Are retakes harder?
As a rule, you have three attempts to pass an exam. It is doubtful whether the follow-up exam will be more difficult than the first exam. On average, each exam is equally difficult. In addition, I would strongly recommend postponing the exams you are unsure about.
When can you be exmatriculated?
Ex-officio exmatriculation occurs when you are (usually automatically) exmatriculated from the university. As soon as you have passed your last exam, for example, and thus officially completed your studies, the university administration usually declares your studies to be over.
Are you automatically exmatriculated?
For the administration of the university it doesn’t matter whether you apply for your exmatriculation or are automatically exmatriculated because you have not re-registered. In both cases, you will receive the certificate of de-registration automatically after de-registration (usually by post if the process is automatic).
Can an exmatriculation be reversed?
Is it possible to revoke the exmatriculation? The notice of exmatriculation in the mailbox does not mean that the end of your studies has been sealed. If you are not guilty of anything or just missed the re-registration deadline, you can still avert de-registration.
What do I need for exmatriculation?
Official exmatriculation No proper and timely re-registration. Failure to pay the required contributions or fees. Successful completion of the course. Ultimate failure of an examination. Missing documents for re-registration (e.g. proof of health insurance, certificates, etc.)
What is the de-registration certificate?
De-registration is the deletion from the list of students (matriculation). Anyone who is exmatriculated is no longer considered a student. Normally you will be exmatriculated when your studies have been duly completed with the last exam – the studies are then considered to be finished.
What happens if you are forced to exmatriculate?
In principle, a performance-related forced de-registration does not mean the end of your university career, because the exclusion only applies to the original course of study. You can also continue studying the same subject at another university only if you are entitled to take an examination.
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