Q36: What is waitlisting?

Q36: What is waitlisting?

Starting from the subject registration exercise of 2021/22 Semester One, when a class enrolment is full and it is available for waitlisting as indicated by the subject offering department, you will be placed on a waitlist for the subject concerned automatically when you confirm to proceed with your subject selection (see Q39). A real-time waitlist position will be shown for your easy reference.

The maximum number of waitlist credits is 9 credits and you are only allowed to select one combination of teaching components per subject.

When a vacancy becomes available, students on the subject waitlist will be registered automatically corresponding to your position on the waitlist. An email notification will be sent to you upon successful registration of a waitlisted subject.

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