If you fail a course (grade F), you can either repeat the course from the beginning, by selecting it again, or take the final assessment during the Second Examination period. The option to take the final assessment in the Second Examination period depends on the student’s total grade in the course until that point.
You are allowed to attend the Second Examination of the course you have failed during the following semester’s examination period.
You can only take a second exam once. If you fail the second examination, you will have to repeat the course, the fees of which will be 50% of the regular price.
Examination: Will cover the entire course curriculum.
Examination Fee: €65 per course/examination
Grade: The first total grade of F will have a weight of 30% and the final grade on the second exam will have a weight of 70% in the final grade of the course.
You should also know the final numerical grade of each course so that you can decide:
- Whether you have chances to pass the second exam;*
- What is the maximum final grade you can achieve;
- What is the minimum grade you need to get in the second exam in order to pass the course
*If your first total grade in the course is very low (e.g. 20/100), and there is no chance you can successfully complete the course by taking the second examination, then you will have to repeat the entire course (activities, assignments, final assessment) by selecting it again and paying the corresponding cost, minus 50%.