In order to appeal a grade, the student must meet with their lecturer or T.A. during his/her office hours, after which the student should complete the appeal form (in Hebrew) and submit the appeal form with the attached paper or exam to the lecturer. Check beforehand with your professor how he/she prefers receiving appeals: via email, in person or through their “teacher’s box”.
In the Course Catalog (Shnaton) there is a list of recommended courses, additionally you can meet with the undergraduate adviser for questions and advice on additional courses.
The university policy is that all first year students in the department must study in the double major track. A student can transfer to the single major track in his second year of study if he meets the requirements detailed in chapter 4 of the faculty catalog (in Hebrew).
Fill out the outstanding credit form (in Hebrew), after which if you have additional questions, you can set up an appointment with the undergraduate advisקr or with Galit Ohev-Zion, Director of Students.
Repeating a course can only be done in the following year, with approval from the lecturer.
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