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Anja wrote:
this topic was very helpful, and the links as well, but i am not clear about one thing now:
i am a non-credit student, and i have done 14 kozismereti subjects, and one of them was Physical Education (actually I had 3 terms of PE). By then, i have read that PE can easily be one of the kozismereti subjects, but only one. SO I've had 13 others and 1 PE. And I think PE wasn't compulsory at all. Now, is it so, that I have finished all my kozismereti subjects, or now that PE became compulsory, it does not count as one, and I have to do another kozismereti?

(that would be a tragedy, to have to find one more kozismereti now at the last moment - i am graduating this semester) :?


so you did 3 semesters of PE? Only 2 are compulsory so the third is a közismereti for you, isn't it? (i.e. you have done more of PE than compulsory therefore the extra one counts as a közismereti).

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this topic was very helpful, and the links as well, but i am not clear about one thing now:
i am a non-credit student, and i have done 14 kozismereti subjects, and one of them was Physical Education (actually I had 3 terms of PE). By then, i have read that PE can easily be one of the kozismereti subjects, but only one. SO I've had 13 others and 1 PE. And I think PE wasn't compulsory at all. Now, is it so, that I have finished all my kozismereti subjects, or now that PE became compulsory, it does not count as one, and I have to do another kozismereti?

(that would be a tragedy, to have to find one more kozismereti now at the last moment - i am graduating this semester) :?


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Melgirl wrote:
It lists the 25 books and 4 journal articles for the Department of American studies, nothing like that listed for the others. So I suppose it's only for those who are writing their theses there.


It seems so.

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It lists the 25 books and 4 journal articles for the Department of American studies, nothing like that listed for the others. So I suppose it's only for those who are writing their theses there.


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Melgirl wrote:
I haven't heard of any definite number. But I know that if it is 25 sources then I've passed that ages ago :)


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Make and attach to the proposal an annotated bibliography of your preliminary readings consisting of at least four books or eight journal articles.


this is quoted from http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/studies/gradu ... /DEAL.html therefore if you happen to write your thesis of linguistics or app. ling. this doesn't affect you. Otherwise, I suggest you read the page quoted above. (or http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/studies/gradu ... hesis.html ).

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I haven't heard of any definite number. But I know that if it is 25 sources then I've passed that ages ago :)


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Another question:

I remember that I've read somewhere, that we need at least 25 bibliography sources (and 4 journals) for the thesis. Is this true, or where can I find information about it, what is the truth?

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Ah, now I think I understand :D Fab. Thanks.


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You have to indicate you want to take the final exam (ANN-ZV) by submitting the "szakzarovizsga-jelentkezes". The deadline for doing this coincides with the deadline of submitting the thesis (31 Oct, 31 Mar). I.e., if you don't finish by then, you don't submit and you don't register for the final exam. You can do it by the next deadline, or the next, or the next, for three years after obtaining your absolutorium. Liberal, eh?

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Confusing stuff. I'm sorry if I'm going over well worn territory. I've read the rest of this topic but I'm still a little confused.

Last semester I submitted my thesis title proposal. This semester I've taken up the tutorial seminar. I'm working on my thesis. Based on this the due date for the thesis could be at least next year March correct? But I really don't think I'll be able to finish my courses in one year and that I'll need another semester.

Because of that obviously I wouldn't do my 'szakzarovizsga' next year June right? Will I need to do something e.g. let someone know that I can't hand in my thesis next year March because I need to complete more courses for credits? I'm not obliged to try to defend my thesis next year?

So so confusing!!! :shock:


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Exactly. With the absolutorium in your hands, you have three years to submit and defend the thesis (ETVSz 63).

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Well Mr. Szigetvári my respect! This was even faster than an answering machine! :o Many thanks for your swift help!

But just to get it straight: A scenario when i complete all my obligations (get the absolutorium on both majors simult.) at the end of the 10th term, and i only write the two thesises simultaneously in a 11th term (ergo without registering) would be ok, and without charge... If I interpreted you correctly?

Large gratitude again for your services :!: :D


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Bobi wrote:
to complete the thesises simultaneously in case of two unbound majors (say german-english), is this true?

Not the thesis. What you have to be careful with is getting one of your degrees without having the absolutorium of your other major. Since you don't pay until you have your first degree, if you get it in, say, German, and you still have to register to finish some courses in, say, English, you will have to pay. If you just have to write your thesis in English, you don't have to register, consequently you don't have to pay.

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Bobi wrote:
If a student with two majors finishes the compulsory "training" (that is gets the "absolutorium" or whatnot for both majors), that means that only the thesis paper and the "szakzáróvizsga" remains, am I right?
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So there should theoretically be a possibility to complete the two pending thesis papers only after the completed 10 terms (so in the 11-th term) without even being registered as a student at Elte right?
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Of course this would result in :arrow: student not being eligible for a students card or any payments from the Uni, but it would mean that a more loose schedule for the previous 10 terms could be observed.
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So in a case like the above would a 11th term come with any charges? That is would the student be túlfutó, if he/she is not even a registered student anymore?
No, since you're not a registered student.

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In addition:

I heard some chatting about one having to complete the thesises simultaneously in case of two unbound majors (say german-english), is this true?


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