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Collection exams for all of our current courses will be held on August 22nd and 23rd. Sign up by August 6th at the latest.

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To all students enrolled at the Lund university department of geology during the academic year of 16/17,

Collection exams for all of our current courses will be held on August 22nd and 23rd 10-17, in Baltica and Rodinia (Rooms 237 and 243) according to the following division:

Tuesday August 22nd:

GEOA81 dk1

Geob21 dk1

GEOB23 dk 1

GEOB04

GEOC02

GEOM09

GEOM05

GEOP05

 

Wednesday August 23rd:

GEOA81 dk2

GEOB21 dk2

GEOB23 dk2

GEOC06

GEOC04

GEOM07

GEON04

GEON06

 

Sign up by sending me an e-mail with your name and what course/courses you are planning to take, by August 6th at the latest.

If you take a shorter exam, your writing time will be reduced accordingly. If you want to attempt writing more than one exam in a day, that is allowed as well, however you will not be given more than the 7 hours available for the entirety of an exam day.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me or the corresponding course coordinator for the course your issue concerns.

 

Regards /

Henrik Stålhane

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