If you submitted an assignment for your first exam attempt, you have three options for your subsequent re-exam attempt:
- You can re-submit the exact same exam assignment
- You can continue working on the same assignment and submit a revised version (NB: for Groups this is not a possibility)
- You can write a completely new exam assignment (NB: For Groups - check with the course manager if this is a possibility)
Which option is best in your particular case might depend on the reason you have to do a re-exam in the first place. If you are unsure which option is best for you, you should talk to the course manager about it.
If your second attempt is in the ordinary exam period a re-submission might not be possible. The courses can change and in some cases you will need to actively follow the course again, complete all mandatory assignments and write a new exam assignment. You need to consult with the course manager about this.
As a general rule the exams in the re-exam period will have the same form as the ordinary exam, but this is not always the case. If the exam form for your course changes, you will be notified by email no later than a week before the exam.
For overall information about the re-exam periods please see the semester overview under Your Programme.
For dates on oral re-exams and re-submission of exam assignments please find the information in TimeEdit.