Exams are used to determine your grades for each course. Make sure you are familiar with the way exams are administered at MF.
You have to approve the education plan and pay the semester fee every semester. You do this in StudentWeb. The deadline is September 1st for the Autumn semester, and February 1st for the Spring semester.
Many subjects have compulsory requirements that have to be approved before you can take the exam. Course requirements are compulsory requirements that have to be approved before you can take the exam, like mandatory attendance, mid term papers, essay drafts etc. These are found in the course description, and it is your responsibility to stay informed about them.
The course description describes which exam form applies to your course, and how much time you have at your disposal. Note that there might be course requirements in addition to the final examination, and that the examination may consist of more than one test.
Exam questions from previous semesters are posted in the Examination information room on Fronter. These can help you know what to expect on your exam.
It counts as one exam attempt if you do not show up for an exam that you are registered for. It is therefore important that you withdraw from registered exams that you do not plan to take. Note that there are deadlines for withdrawals (see the course description).
You withdraw from exams on StudentWeb, by choosing the tab My active courses. Mark the course you wish to withdraw from, click the button «Withdraw from exam» and follow the further instructions. Failed course requirements also count as one exam attempt.