How will testing take place within the TEM?
Within the TEM the final mark of a module is composed of several sub-marks (e.g. for a written exam, projects, assignments). This means the workload is evenly distributed over the quartile making it less easy for the student to procrastinate.
Each module has an exam schedule which specifies which partial/sub-tests there are, how these will be weighed in the final assessment, and which components need to be completed with a minimum score. Tests and assessments can be scheduled during the whole module. There won’t be any formal examination weeks. Check also the Academic Timetable.
When circumstances have prevented a student from passing a module component, the programme and the exam committee will look for a possibility to repair this.