Exam registration rules and procedure
Students register for an exam via their e-student accounts. Following registration, they are required to bring to the exam a paper exam registration form, which is used to enter the exam results.
The deadline for electronic exam registration is 48 hours prior to the date and time of the commencement of the exam as specified in the Faculty electronic information system.
For students wishing to cancel their exam registration, they can also do so 48 hours prior to the official beginning of the exam at the latest. The exam information specified in the database refers to the date and time of the written part of the exam, and it is the deadline for both exam registration and cancellation.
Whether a student is planning on taking only one part of the exam, written or oral, she/he is required to register at the latest 48 hours prior to the exam commencement date and time as stated in the electronic information system. The same rules and procedure apply in situations where a student decides to take the oral part at a later time (in a subsequent examination period).
In case a student registers for an exam but fails to take it, the exam registration system serves as the basis for the electronic information system to record the number of times the exam has been taken by the student. Students may sit an exam three times free of charge, but every subsequent sitting in the period of one academic year costs BAM 20.00, as specified by the University Charge and Fee Book. In such cases, exam registration is administered by the Registrar’s Office, and the student is required to bring a slip confirming the charge payment and a paper exam registration form filled out for the exam she/he wishes to register for.