In case of dropping out during an exam sitting, the candidate will be handed the form “notice of cancellation” (find here the link to the form) by the invigilator in the exam room. This form has to be filled out by the candidate and be handed in to the invigilator. Moreover, in case of illness, the candidate will receive the form “medical certificate” (Link to the certificate) with the advice to hand it back to the department L2 within 5 calendar days, filled out by the doctor. To reach the deadline, it is possible to send it via e-mail before. But it is still necessary to send the original form via fax or postal service within 5 days after the reception of the e-mail.
In order to withdraw from an exam, the applicant has to fill out the form “notice of cancellation” (please find the link here) completely and hand it in on time (within 3 calendar days after the exam) via fax or postal service at department L2.
The reasons of withdrawal have to be proven in principal and be handed in 5 days (latest delay) after the declaration of withdrawal via fax or postal service.
A withdrawal from the exam 14 days before the exam date is only possible in case of a convincing reason.
In case of illness a medical certificate is necessary.
Other valid reasons do also have to be proven, e.g.:
In case of child sickness: medical certificate of the treating doctor with indication of the illness of the child.
Death of a family member: copy of the death certificate
Summons at court: copy of the summons
In compliance with the deadline you can send the justification in advance via email. In between 5 days after the arrival of the email the completely filled out form of withdrawal should be presented at department L2 in paper (via fax or postal service).