The timetable (exam schedule) of a structural unit is a set of classes, which structural units compile according to common principles for learners of different curricula by years. For example Philosophy 1st year timetable.
- The timetable is usually compiled for one semester; for block-mode study, the timetable is compiled for each study session.
- The title of the timetable usually contains information on the speciality, year and level of study. For example, master’s studies, English language and literature, 1st year.
- Block-mode study timetables usually also contain information about the dates of the study session. For example, Block mode bachelor’s studies, 3rd year, session 6, 12–15 February.
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