Credit Week during the WS
What is a credit and how do I receive one?
What is a credit?
To complete a course, it is necessary to obtain a credit. It is one of the forms of completing the course, which can be followed by an exam. The conditions for obtaining the credit are determined by the teacher of the subject (usually it is a written test, but it can also be an oral presentation, seminar work, class activity, attendance, etc.) It is not possible to take the exam without the credit.
The successfully passed credit will be entered into the e-study record, which you will find in UIS- Student Portal.
What and when is the credit week?
In the credit week, i.e. in the last week of the semester, you will write most of the credit tests.
You can write continuous (credit) tests or one main credit test on the date of your last exercise or go to the test center for the chosen date, depending on the conditions of the teacher. In the credit test, you are entitled to one corrective attempt. You process the semester work and presentations during the semester.
You will always get all the information at the introductory lecture at the beginning of the semester or you can find it on the Moodle page of the subject.