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Information about exams

General information


Old exams
Old exams can be found in the course "VWL VI: Old Exams" of the current semester on the e-learning-server. 

Study and examination regulations
The study and examination regulations can be found here.

Exam dates
Here you can find an overview of bachelor and master exam dates.

Before the exam


Academic Affairs
Current information about academic affairs (e.g. withdrawing from an exam due to illness) can be found here.

Preliminary correction
In generall there is no right of a preliminary correction. In justified cases we are willing to inform you about your result earlier (whether you passed the exam or not).

The application for preliminary correction has to be handed in as a written form at our chair (in personal, by mail or by e-mail) at least two weeks before the exam takes plase. Please enclose the reason and if possible receipts, that reveal why you can't wait the normal period of correction. You can download the application here:
Application for preliminary correction (german)

Please also write on the first page of your exam "preliminary correction". You'll get informed about the result as soon as the exam is corrected.

Writing time extension 
Please hand in an apllication for writing time extension including a spezialist medical report at our chair. The application will be given to the examination board for approval.

After the exam


Publishing of exam results
The publishing of exam results will be only done by examination office. Please do not contact our chair.

Exam review
The date will be determined and published by the examination office. Please do not contact our chair.

Postcorrection
For an postcorrection you need an application in writen form including a detailed explanation. It must be handed in at the examination office within one week after the official review.

Note: Due to a postcorrection it's possible, that former reached result can be corrected to the detriment of the participant. 


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