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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2006 4:02 pm 
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You have to ask for the Dean's permission for taking the exam for the fourth time OR atttempting the exam for the fifth time, whichever comes first. This means that if you haven't attempted the exam more than three times during the past years (including this term's exam), you can retake it now. Otherwise, you'll have to ask for the permission (Dékáni méltányosság) by submitting a form which is available at TO.


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My very big problem is that I failed syntax 1. exam for the third time today. :-( As the mark hasn't been entered to etr, I do not know whether I can register for a retake or not. What happens in these cases? (I mean, do I need some permission for that if etr lets me register at all? I remember something that one needs a permission for the fourth try).

What I found in TVSz is:

El kell bocsátani a hallgatót a szakról, ha egy a szak képzési ter­­vében szerep­l­ő tan­egy­séget négy (4) érdemjegyszerzési kísér­let­tel sem teljesített.

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A hallgató ugyanabban a vizsgaidőszakban két alkalommal je­lent­­kezhet vizs­gáz­ni, (az utóvizsgát beleértve).

As far as I understand, I have one more chance ( I hope) but I didn't find whether I need a permission for the fourth try or not.

Please help me!! Thank you very much.


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Thanks for the help! :D


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But don't bet on them answering quickly. I posted a question on the 31st of May and to this day, I haven't received any answer whatsoever.


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I hear that this is not serious. You should nevertheless ask the BTK forum in the ETR, so that we have written record of the Registrar not keeping the regulations. :wink:

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I want to retake an exam in order to get a better grade. The ETVSz states that I need permission for this from the TO and that in exchange I will have to pay a certain sum. Does anyone know how much that is? Also, does anyone know where I have to go to get this done? Thanks for your help! :)


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thank you!


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You may try each once more this term.

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I mean if I fail. The situation is that I failed 2 exams so far at English major and it may be that I failed the 3rd , too.


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Depends on what you mean by "retake". If you fail, you can have ONE more try in the same term, but for any number of courses in any number of majors. If you do not fail but want a better mark, then you can try that once for each major in each term. But this is not encouraged: you can get a worse mark too, and that will count.

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How many retake exams can I take in one semester? TVSz does not give me a proper answer (it says 1 is allowed at each major). Actually, ETR let me register for 2... I'm just curious and wanna be sure that it is legal.


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Yes, I think I have already checked that one today - and indeed I found some interesting entries there... :)

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There's a version on-line at http://seas3.elte.hu/TVSz2.html which is searchable. This is the 2003 edition so you should cross-check with the 2004 edition too.

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Thank you very much for your quick answer.

I do have the book, but, just like many of my fellow students, I hardly ever find time to read compulsory reading, let alone ETVSz :?

However, it seems I will have to find the time to do so somehow...

Thank you again.


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Korinnka wrote:
I wonder if it also applies to "Nyelvi szigorlat", more precisely 299.

You can register three times for most courses. For language exams you can register four times, since you have only one attempt each time, and you have four attempts altogether for any course (ETVSz 19). (Don't you have this book?)

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