According to § 11 para. 4 of the examination regulations for the Bachelor's degree programs in Chemistry and Biomedical Chemistry, timely registration for the module examinations is mandatory. If there is no registration via Jogustine, participation in the final module examination is not possible or the result will not be counted.
Within the exam registration period you can deregister from an exam via Jogustine. After the deadline has expired, deregistration is no longer possible. In case of illness, a medical certificate must be submitted to the study office within 3 days. In Jogustine it will be stored as "excused". The registration is therefore not counted as an attempt.
According to § 18 para. 2 and 4 of the examination regulations for the Bachelor's degree programs in Chemistry and Biomedical Chemistry, a failed module examination or partial module examination can be repeated twice. This also applies to practical courses.
The registration for the first repetition of a (partial) module examination should be made within six months after the failure, the registration for the second repetition within six months after the failure of the first repetition. In justified cases, longer periods may be provided, but not more than two years for the first and second repetition. It is the student's responsibility to pay attention to the last examination opportunity. Students will no longer be notified separately by the study office.
If the 6-month deadline for registering for the first or second repetition is not met, it is not necessary to apply for an extension of the deadline. However, it is mandatory to meet the deadline of two years after the first fail. If this deadline is missed, the examination is considered to have been definitively failed. In this case, the examination entitlement is lost and the study program can no longer be continued in this subject.