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Law-Exams: I failed to obtain a credit or pass (at least 10/20) for one or more courses during the first-session exams. Can I try to recover my deficit during the second-session exams?

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In case you have incurred a deficit for a course, we always advise to retake the exam during the second-session period in order to obtain a credit certificate and thereby recover your learning credit. Otherwise you will have to take the course again the following academic year, as well as pay the tuition fee once more, and the corresponding number of study points will be deducted from your learning credit. Should you get a higher mark, it will be taken into consideration for the calculation of your degree class; your learning credit will also be adapted accordingly.

 
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Article ID: 137
Category: Exams
Date added: 2016-07-27 09:57:50
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