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The web application through which the University manages the exams, from booking the registration to online filing of the results, is the ESSE3 platform. In order to sit an exam, it is mandatory to register on ESSE3.
Instructions for students: log in to the portal UniTO.it and access the page MyUniTO. Then select the "Esami" entry "Exam sessions" (warning: not from the "Careers"> "Booklet")
Registrations generally open 15 days before the exams and close 5 days before. You cannot register for the exam if you have not evaluated the course on Edumeter; to register for an exam the course must already be included in the career plan, otherwise the registration is not possible.
If you want to cancel your registration from one exam, you should do it through ESSE3y within the registration period.
Once you receive your grade, you have 5 days to reject it. If you don't reject it the grade it will be automatically accepted and it will appear on your exams record (“libretto”). If the grade is related to just one part of the exam (e.g. Corporate Finance and Capital Markets) the system doesn't allow you to reject a partial grade; in this case you don't have to book "Only Marks Registration" exam until you will not accept both partial marks. Your booking means your willingness to accept all the partial marks.
If you have not registered for an exam on Esse3 you cannot register your grade. If you do not reject the grade within 5 days, the grade will appear on your exams record when the professor will close the online register of the session.
For exams divided in 2 modules (e.g. Financial Accounting and Business Administration, Financial Markets and Corporate Finance etc.), if you have passed just one module of the exam, you cannot register the grade on your exams transcript (“libretto”). The grade of the single module will be valid for one year. You can enroll to the registration/”verbalizzazione” session just after having accepted the grade of both modules. The same rules apply to exams made of 2 parts, for instance 1 assignment and 1 written exam: you can register to the verbalization just after you have accepted both grades.
You can retake the same exam 3 times per year (one at the end of each course and then during the resit weeks in January, April, June/July and September - 3 in total). Please consider that we make sure to avoid overlapping between the exams scheduled for the ongoing academic year. For the exams belonging to different academic years we cannot guarantee that there will not be any overlapping. That is why we strongly encourage you to try to pass the exam after the end of each course.
PROGRAMME - Once you attend a course, you have one year to pass the exam with the same programme; afterwards, the programme will change and we suggest to get in touch with the professors to ask for the new one and to attend again the course.
You can find all the exams on “Bacheca Appelli” https://esse3.unito.it/ListaAppelliOfferta.do?EnableLayout=1
Some first-year courses are considered as pre-requisite for second-year courses. This means that you cannot pass some second year’s exams until you have passed and registered on your exam transcript 4 introductory first-year exams.
1. The Financial Accounting and Business Administration exam must precede any other exam belonging to sectors from SECS-P/07 to SECS-P/11
MAN0512 Financial Accounting and Business Administration IS A PREREQUISITE FOR:
- MAN0266 - Business Management (SECS-P/08)
- MAN0513 - Financial Markets and Corporate Finance (SECS-P/11)
- MAN0268 - Intermediate Financial Accounting SECS-P/07
- MAN0270 - Managerial Accounting SECS-P/07
- MAN0271 - Marketing SECS-P/08
- MAN0272 - Business Organisation SECS-P/10
2. The Microeconomics exam must precede any other exam belonging to sectors from SECS-P/01 to SECS-P/06;
MAN0259 Microeconomics IS A PREREQUISITE FOR:
- MAN0269 - Macroeconomic
3. The Private Law and EU Law exams must precede any other exams belonging to IUS sectors.
MAN0260 - Private Law and MAN0520 Public Law for Economics IS A PREREQUISITE FOR:
- MAN0265 - Business Law