Testing dates

Grounds

- Virtual Central Examination Office for B.A./M.A. Students
Semester- and lecture periods

 

1.  All academic examination equivalents in the forms of papers, reports or presentations must - without exception - be registered for the 1st examination period of a semester.  

 2.   All oral and written components of examinations from modules offered by our faculty can be registered for independently of each other in three time periods:

–    WS modules in February, March/April and July

–    SS modules in July, October and February

 3.   The rules pertaining to externally completed modules are determined by the faculties offering those courses. For example, the following propaedeutic modules:

 - Plant Biology, Animal Biology, Human Anatomy and Physiology: only in

February and March/April of every year

 - General Chemistry: only in February, March/April and October every year

- NEW: Economic from 2017 in 4 periods

- physics in July and October

 4.   All written exams (not oral exams) can be canceled for up to 8 days prior to the examination date.  University examination dates.

 Additional information tables of our faculty for the summer semester 2017:

October 2017 - written exam 2. period summer 2017

October 2017 - oral exam - possible days examiner

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The exact date of each individual oral examination will be posted by the Examination Office at the end of the registration period in the QIS online system. Students who do not have access to QIS will find their examination dates posted on the Examination Office's notice board.

We try to take your wishes into consideration when scheduling oral examinations (e.g. silver wedding anniversaries, internships, etc.). We also try to take into account preferences pertaining to examiners. Please inform us of your wishes after your registration via QIS.  After the registration deadline, we can no longer take your requests into account. With over 1400 oral exams, we, unfortunately, cannot fulfill requests such as: Module A on the 14th  , Module B on the 21st.

Examination Periods in the Coming Semesters

 There are two two-week examination periods for all Bachelor and Master students. The following is generally the case:

 –    the 1st examination period comprises the last week of the lecture period and the first week of the lecture-free period

 –    the 2nd examination period comprises the last week of the lecture-free period and the first week of the lecture period of the following semester