Grades recorded in the Neptun, Form of Complaint 2020/21/1

Dear Students,

The exam period of the autumn semester 2020/2021 ended on the 30th January 2021. Please be informed that as the grades are recorded only in the electronic registry system (Neptun) and nowhere else, it is really important to check if they are properly entered. This checking must be done by the student. In case of non-entered grades if the student missed any relevant requirement identified in the regulations (eg. exam-registration), or doesn’t take the opportunity for submitting a complaint provided in it, the grade becomes valid in the form it is recorded in Neptun. For example if the grade is not recorded in Neptun, then – regardless of the student’s participation in the seminar or exam – they will not have a valid completion, which cannot be corrected at a later time.
According to the Section 65 (6) of the Academic Regulations for Students, students can complain concerning grades. In the autumn semester of the academic year 2020/2021 this possibility is available

from 30th January 2021, 16:00 until 6th February 2021, 17:00.

If the grade recorded in Neptun and the grade achieved with an exam do not match, or an exam’s grade does not appear on Neptun, please fill in and submit a request for complaint concerning grades available on the online interface for students, so that the issue can be investigated. In the Exams/Taken exams menu, you have to select the exam in question, and click on the “+” symbol at the end of the line, and select the “Submit request” option and submit the request “Form of Complaint Concerning Grades”.

Grade complaints regarding grades of practical courses can be submitted electronically in e-mail, to the address, until 5:00pm Friday, 6 February 2021.

Please also be informed that according to Section 425 (e) of the Special Provisions and Regulations pertaining to the Faculty of Education and Psychology of the Academic Regulations for Students, validating any performance completed against the rules cannot be done even as an equity from the Dean, so failing to complete the above mentioned process can have serious consequences.

Student Affairs and Registrar's Office, Faculty of Education and Psychology, ELTE