Recently the Student Council proposed to give students the opportunity to do re-exams for passed courses. In this way a six could become an eight, but only if the choice to do a re-exam would be well motivated. This proposal will not be approved to become part of the Education and Examination Regulations. However, we would like to inform you about what else you could do. It might happen that you are making an exam and already feel that it will not result in the eight you desire. If you know that you can do much better a second time and don’t want to pass with just a six, you can always write on the front page of your exam that you don’t want to have the exam graded. This way you just get a ‘one’ for your exam and are you able to do a re-exam in August or February. Even though you are taking (a) re-exam(s), you still can graduate cum laude.