Are you unable to take part in a test due to illness or force majeure? In that case, make sure to fill in our test de-registration form before the start of your test.
When can you retake a test?
You may retake (repair) a test in the following cases (all 3 need to apply):
- If you have an unsatisfactory mark for a compulsory partial test and
- if you have obtained a final mark for a course between 4 and 5.5 and
- if you have been unable to take a compulsory partial test or final test due to illness or force majeure and you have deregistered via our test de-registration form.
This applies to all types of tests, i.e. (partial) tests, presentations, oral examinations, papers or other forms of testing.
Resits in case of illness and force majeur
- Fill in the de-registration form before your test starts. You will automatically receive a confirmation.
- Inform your course coordinator by email about your absence in the test (e.g. by sending the confirmation of step 1). For reasons of privacy, you may remove the cause of your absence.
- Do you have proof of absence? In that case, submit your proof by email to your Study Advisor, no later than 5 days after your deregistration. Please mention:
- your name
- programme name
- student number
- course name
- course code
- Submit a resit request to the course coordinator as soon as possible.
The course coordinator will determine the test's form, content and date.
If your request for a resit is rejected
In case your request for an additional or replacement test is rejected and you are of the opinion that you are entitled to it, you may submit your request to the board of examiners.