Examination registration and deregistration
Anyone wishing to take examinations or certificates of achievement must register for the examination in due form and time. The registration must indicate the subjects in which the student wishes to take the examination. A registration is only valid for the next examination date. A new application must be made for admission to a repeat examination or to take an examination that was initially missed. Without an application in due form and time, an examination is considered not to have been taken; the examination board decides on exceptions.
Registration for the exams and certificates of achievement offered by THI in the respective semester (also for certificates of achievement that are or have been achieved during the current semester - such as term papers, projects, internships, presentations, PLVs - as well as vhb-examinations, as far as they are included in the range of exams offered by THI!
In order to avoid any discrepancies in the registration procedure at a later date, you are required to save a "receipt" of the examinations registered online, which serves as proof of your registration for the examination. Only on presentation of this document can subsequent complaints (e.g. due to possible transmission errors) be accepted. The proof of examinations registered subsequently will be issued by the Service Center Study Affairs on request.
If the online exam registration does not work despite repeated attempts on your part, please contact the Service Center Study Affairs (Examinations Office).
Please check the correctness of your registrations by the end of the exam registration period at the latest!
If you fail to comply with this obligation to cooperate in good time, you will be held liable for this!
You can register for examinations from the language centre via your Primuss Portal.
Exams taken at the language Centre cannot be credited as a compulsory or optional subject at a later stage of your main studies.
During the examination period you can register voluntarily for various examinations.
The registration is done via your Primuss Portal.
Please note that voluntary examinations are not included in the grade point average, nor are the ECTS credits counted.
Anyone taking examinations must register in due form and time, stating the subjects to be examined.
Later registrations for examinations are only admissible by electronic application form, stating valid reasons and with the consent of the respective chairman/chairwoman of the examination board. You can find the application form for belated examination registration in your Primuss Portal.
Without registration in due form and time, an examination is generally not considered to be taken.
After the submission of the application form, you may have to attend the office hours of the chairman/chairwoman of your examination board. Further information about that can be found in the Primuss Portal.
Each semester there is a fixed period for examination registration and deregistration. Only within these periods a registration or deregistration is possible. Detailed information about these periods can be found in the semester dates.
If it is already clear before the examination period that an examination will not be taken, the possibility of deregistration should be used in order to optimize the planning of examinations for the benefit of all students.
This does not apply to repeat examinations and examinations which must be written (e.g. because the deadline has been exceeded)! The repetition period continues to run, regardless of the exam registration! If a repetition or regular period is affected, a non-partipication in the exam without withdrawal will automatically lead to the evaluation of the exam with the grade 5.0!
For exam performances that have to be completed before the exam period (e.g. admission requirements), there is usually no possibility to deregister after the end of the exam registration period!