Exam Schedule and Regulations

Courses at the School of Graduate Studies are evaluated as follows:

  Type of Course

  Requirements

  Evaluation

Number of Students

Lecture: 1-4 credits Limited to four lecturers per course.

Participation in at least 75% of class sessions

 

Final exam

 

Class participation is a prerequisite for taking the exam.

Final exam: multiple choice, open questions, or a combination.

 

No take-home exams are allowed.

Unrestricted

Lecture + seminar:

2-3 credits

 

50% of lectures given by main lecturer, 50% by the students.

Participation in at least 75% of class sessions

 

Class presentation of a topic assigned by the lecturer

 

Final exam

Presentation – 30%

Final exam – 70%

 

Final exam: multiple choice, open questions, or a combination.

 

No take-home exams are allowed.

Max. 35

Seminar: 1 credit

 

First three lectures given by the lecturer

Seminar presentation

 

Participation in at least 75% of class sessions

Seminar presentation

Max. 10

Lab courses 1-2

 

13-16 credits in concentrated 7-hour sessions

Lab report

 

Participation in 100% of lab sessions

Lab report

 

 

Max. 8

 

Notes to Professors and Course Coordinators

  • Exceptional courses not falling under the above categories will be considered by the Teaching Committee following a request from the course coordinator.
  • Multiple choice exams should include two questions for each hour of class sessions.
  • Lab courses may admit only one student from the lab of the professor running the course.
  • Participation in high-demand lab courses is limited to one student from each lab, with preference to students in the first year of their research.
  • Exams will take place in the institution hosting the course.
  • The Teaching Committee will ensure that course grades maintain a reasonable average.
  • Exams must be submitted to the Office of the School of Graduate Studies for review by the Chair of the Teaching Committee.
  • Please observe the above requirements. Courses failing to meet these requirements will not be approved.

 

Schedule of Exams

  • All exams will begin at 9 am, unless otherwise noted below. Most courses have two exam dates. A student who fails the course in the first date is entitled to take exam on the second date. 

Semester

Course name

Professor

Course no.

1st date

2nd date

Fall

Controlled Release of Drugs and Biomaterials: New Horizons

Dr. Ronit Satchi-Fainaro

0116.5942.01

1.26.2016

2.28.2016

Fall

Introduction to Pathology 2

Prof. Ilan Hammel and Prof. Efrat Wertheimer-Hillman

0117.5624.01

2.3.2016

3.27.2016

Fall

Molecular Neurobiology: Brain and Behavior

Prof. Nathan Dascal

0116.5926.01

2.7.2016

2.29.2016

Fall

New Perspectives on Molecular Neurobiology and Neurophysiology

Prof. Bernard Attali and Prof. Ina Slutsky

0116.5930.01

2.15.2016

3.31.2016

Fall

Introduction to Biochemistry 1

Dr. Ronit Rotem

0103.5113.01

1.31.2016

2.28.2016

Fall

New Horizons in RNA Processing

Prof. Gil Ast and Dr. Noam Shomron

0114.6592.01

2.16.2016

3.28.2016

Spring

Hypertension

Prof. Ehud Grossman

0116.5948.01

2.24.2016

4.17.2016

Fall

Focused Cancer Treatment: Past, Present & Future

Dr. Osnat Ashur-Fabian

0114.6598.01

2.8.2016

4.3.2016

Fall

Modeling Systems in the Research of Neurological Diseases

Prof. Illana Gozes

0118.5628.01

1.19.2016

2.25.2016

Fall

Research Methods

Dr. Noam Shomron and Dr. Carmit Levy

0103.0046.01

2.21.2016

3.30.2016

Fall

Ion Tunnels: Classical and Molecular Biophysics

Prof. Nathan Dascal

0116.5937.01

1.28.2016

TBD

Fall

Human Reproduction

Daniel Seidman

0141.2001.01

1.31.2016

3.3.2016

Fall

Biostatistics

Ronen Ofek

0103.0010.01

1.24.2016

2.21.2016

Fall

Introduction to Pathology 2

Prof. Ilan Hammel and Prof. Efrat Wertheimer-Hillman

0117.5624.01

2.3.2016

3.27.2016

Fall

Decision Theory: Health System Applications

Prof. Moshe Leshno

0103.0032.01

1.20.2016

2.17.2016

Fall

Foundations of Biomechanics: From Engineering Theories to the Mechanics of Tissues

Prof. Tamar Brosh

0103.0043.01

2.17.2016

TBD

Fall

Reproductive Control: Physiology and Pathophysiology

Dr. Sandra Kleinman and Dr. Roni Hauser

0141.2000.01

2.2.2016

3.7.2016

Fall

Mycology

Prof. Nir Osherov and Prof. Amir Sharon

0119.5640.01

2.14.2016

3.22.2016

Fall

Functional Neuroanatomy

Prof. Chagi Pick

0113.5523.01

2.9.2016

3.13.2016

Spring

Pathophysiology of Obesity

Dr. Yossi Roitelman and Dr. Hanna Canti

0114.6595.01

6.19.2016

8.4.2016

Spring

Immunology and Immunotherapy of Cancer

Prof. Gal Merkel and Dr. Michal Besser

0119.5262.01

7.3.2016

9.4.2016

Spring

Molecular Communication in Nerve Cells

Dr. Eran Perlson

0116.5947.01

7.10.2016

8.15.2016

Spring

Biochemistry 2

Dr. Ronit Rotem

0103.5114.01

6.26.2016

7.31.2016

Spring

Tall and Short

Prof. Galia Gat

0103.0042.01

6.29.2016

 

Spring

Introduction to Pathology 1

Prof. Ilan Hammel and Prof. Efrat Wertheimer-Hillman

0117.5618.01

7.7.2016

8.30.2016

Spring

Physiology of the Ovary

Prof. Ariel Horowitz

0141.5115.01

7.5.2016

8.31.2016

Spring

Genetics in the Post-Genomic Era

Prof. Karen Avraham

0114.6545.01

7.13.2016

9.7.2016

Spring

Introduction to Tissue Engineering

Prof. Yoni Lior

0103.0033.01

6.15.2016

9.6.2016

Spring

Biomarkers in the Age of Personalized Medicine

Dr. David Gurwitz and Dr. Keren Levanon

0116.5923.01

6.23.2016

7.31.2016

Spring

Control and Regulation Mechanisms

Prof. Yossi Sarna

0116.5130.01

7.17.2016

9.11.2016

Spring

Respiratory Diagnosis and Treatment

Prof. Lizzie Feurman

0117.5627.01

7.21.2016

9.13.2016

Spring

Context- and Site-Dependent Immunology

Dr. Iris Dotan

0119.5651.01

6.20.2016

8.17.2016

Spring

Maintaining Genomic Stability in Health and Illness

Prof. Yossi Shiloh

0114.6565.01

7.25.2016

9.18.2016

Spring

Medical Ethics

Prof. Edgar Pick and Prof. Yechiel Bar-Ilan

0103.6000.01

7.27.2016

9.20.2016

Spring

Biochemistry 2

Dr. Ronit Rotem

0103.5114.01

6.26.2016

7.31.2016

Spring

Introduction to Pathology 1

Prof. Ilan Hummel and Dr. Efrat Wertheimer-Hillman

0117.5618.01

7.5.2016

8.4.2016

Spring

Bioinformatics

Dr. Ran Elkon

0114.6573.01

7.31.2016

9.22.2016

 

Molecular Imaging

Prof. Ilan Tsarfaty

0119.5638.01

6.26.2016

8.7.2016

Spring

Introduction to Autoimmune Diseases

Prof. Yehuda Schoenfeld

0119.5632.01

8.7.2016

9.29.2016

Spring

Sleep and Consciousness: From Neurological Foundations to Cognitive Processes

Dr. Yuval Nir

0116.5946.01

6.22.2016

8.11.2016

 

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