Withdrawal from examinations is generally possible within the registration and withdrawal deadlines. Due to the applicable Corona special regulations, this also applies to compulsory examinations.
After expiry of the withdrawal deadline, withdrawal is only possible in accordance with the examination regulations for valid reasons and after submission of suitable evidence.
If a Corona illness or a Corona contact is detected within the withdrawal deadlines, withdrawal from examinations is possible via the QIS. If this does not work, the request to enter the withdrawal can be sent by e-mail to the Examinations Office.
If a Corona infection is detected after the withdrawal deadline has expired, or notification is made of contact with a Corona-infected person and a compulsory quarantine or self-reliant segregation must take place in accordance with the Rhineland-Palatinate Segregation Ordinance, a short-term withdrawal from examinations will be permitted in the winter semester 2021/2022.
In these cases, be sure to contact the Examinations Office immediately to clarify the details.
In principle, suitable evidence must be submitted (by the third working day after the examination at the latest).
Suitable evidence accepted includes, for example, medical certificates, a letter from the Health Office, the test result of a positive Corona test, or even an image of the Corona warning app notification. Official letters from the public health department must be submitted immediately after receipt.
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