„Biology II" (GYGENBILE2A) encoded by CV 
in the first semester of 2020/2021 Academic Year 
for Pharmacy students


In the first semester of 2020/2021 Academic Year Biology II (GYGENBILE2A) is announced without lectures and practices. Those students who have already got practice grade in Biology II (GYGENBILG2A), but have not passed Biology II (GYGENBILE2A) exam, are allowed to take Biology II (GYKGEN109E2A) exam in the examination period, after the first semester of 2020/2021 (with the number of possibilities that remained in the second semester of 2019/2020). They have to register in NEPTUN system for Biology II (GYGENBILE2A) labelled by CV (only exam) announced in the first semester of 2020/2021.

The exam dates will be given in NEPTUN system in November.

The exam topics are the same as the topics of Biology II (GYGENBILE2A) of the second semester of 2019/2020.

Note: CV course registration is allowed after 00 or FM course registration.


Examination information


Dear Students,

In the 2020/21 Academic year - 1st semester of Semmelweis University (hereafter SU) the Biology I. and II. exam (Dept. Genetics, Cell- & Immunobiology – hereafter DGCI) will be organized in distance-learning mode from 12th of December until further notice. The distance-examinations will take place the teleconferencing interface of the Zoom software, including Moodle.

The Directive for Examinations ( ) issued by the Rector of SU will be followed during the Biology I or II exams.

DGCI-SU draws your attention to the following technical issues:

  1. The exam takes place on the interface of Moodle, including the teleconferencing interface of the Zoom. For the exam every examinee student receives a Zoom invitation via the Neptun system.
  2. According to the Rector's Directive referred above, you are obliged to provide the technical background for the exams. Based on our experience, you need a Windows-based computer / laptop. It seems that Zoom and Moodle are not optimized for the iOs system either. If the connection is broken during the exam out of your responsibility, you must prove this within 3 working days, after which we will judge the situation individually.
  3. According to the Rector's Directive referred above, you must also be in a Zoom contact (meeting) with the teacher supervising you during the written Moodle exams. In other words, you have to be visible and audible by the camera and microphone switched on throughout the examination. Please keep in mind that you can’t be present on Zoom and Moodle at the same time by using an iPad, tablet or phone.
  4. It is forbidden to use headsets, earphones or any electronic or paper-based aids, or to use third parties during the whole exam. Once the noises around you can be heard, you will need a quiet place where you must be alone for the duration of the exam to avoid disturbing the other students.
  5. If any of the above conditions are not met, the supervising teacher may exclude you from the exam.
  6. You must join the Zoom group meeting 15 minutes before the start of the exam using the link available in Neptun. Also log in to the Moodle interface and prepare your student ID. At the official start of the exam, we will admit you from the waiting room to the “meeting”.
  7. Before the start of the examination, you have to make a statement that you are familiar with and accepts the present regulations of the distance examination, and accepts that the examination takes place on a given electronic interface, the operation of which you are aware of.
  8. By reading the list of names before starting the exam (roll call), you must present your student ID to the supervising teacher through the camera. In the “meeting” you have to use your own name, if you did not log in with this, you can change it to official /valid with the “rename” option. Anyone who is not present at the personal identification will be automatically excluded from the exam. After the personal identification, you will get the password in the Chat window of the Zoom. Using this password you can open the exam test in the Moodle system. The test consists of short essay, gap filling and simple choice questions (total score 60 points). You have 45 minutes to fulfill the test after opening the series of questions. Some questions for the purpose of practice will be available in the Moodle from 8Th of December.
  9. If absolutely necessary, you can communicate with the supervising teacher in the Chat window of the Zoom (use the private chat).
  10. If you have finished the written exam on Moodle, notify the supervising teacher using the Chat window of the Zoom, then you can exit Zoom. Leaving Zoom before completing the Moodle exam will invalidate your exam.
  11. The image, sound and chat of the exam will be recorded on Zoom.
  12. The final result

Tutors of the DGCI-SU wish good luck to the exams!

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