• 1.What is course registration and what is its purpose?
    Course registration allows you to select the courses in which you want to enroll. Provided you meet certain conditions specified for a concrete course (its enrollment pre-requisites), and unless the course is full, your registration will be confirmed and you will be enrolled in it. If you fail to meet the conditions, the course will be marked red and you will not be enrolled. You can only be enrolled in a course during the enrollment period and the period of enrollment changes (for more information, see Term Calendar).

  • 2.How can I register for a course?

    Course registration can be done by road

    The Information system Student Start of term Course Registration and Enrolment Add courses

    There are several ways to register/enroll in courses:

    • Course catalog – specific courses can be selected using the course code, name and other parameters.
    • Registration template – allows you to choose suitable courses from your study's registration templates.
    • Study planner – allows you to choose courses from a pre-created study plan.
    • Unsuccessful courses – the possibility of choosing courses that you have not successfully completed and are listed in the given semester. According to the SZŘ, you must re-enroll in unsuccessful courses as soon as possible. If you do not add them with this option, the system will add them automatically at the beginning of the course registration period (applies to courses listed every semester). Courses that are not offered every semester are automatically registered before registration begins.
    • Courses for everyone – a faculty offer directly intended for students of foreign faculties and fields (the courses have no enrollment restrictions and do not require in-depth knowledge of the field).
    • Courses enrolled in most often – the offer of courses most enrolled by students of the same program.

    1 Registration options in the system.

    After selecting the courses in Preparation for registration, the courses can be registered by clicking the "Try to register or enroll courses" button. If courses are added during the registration period, they are registered immediately upon addition. If courses are added during the enrollment period, they will be enrolled immediately.

  • 3.Is there any way I can print syllabi of the courses I have completed?
    To print the syllabi, use the following path:

    The Information System Student End of Studies Grades and Credits Obtained During All My Studies and My Grade Average Syllabi of completed courses

  • 4.How do individual links work in the registration application?

    The registration application is divided into the following areas:

    • Preparation for registration – Courses you will want to add during the registration/enrollment period.
    • Registered courses – courses that you have successfully registered for. White registered courses are ready for enrollment.
    • Enrolled courses – successfully enrolled courses.

    The application also offers the following options:

    • Logging into seminar groups
    • Change the number of credits
    • Change the course termination method
    • Request an exception
    • View schedule
  • 5.When and how can I cancel my registration for or enrollment in a course?
    Your registration for or enrollment in courses can be canceled during the registration and enrollment periods, as well as the periods of registration and enrollment changes.

    You can cancel your registration for/enrollment in individual courses by clicking on “registration/enrollment cancellation” in the Requesting column of the table listing these courses.

    1 Use to cancel your registration for/enrollment in a course.

    You can also cancel your registration for/enrollment in more than one course at a time using the following path:

    The Information System Student Start of Term Course Registration and Enrolment Cancel course registration/enrollment

    Check the courses for which you wish to cancel your registration/enrollment and click on “Cancel registration for or enrollment in the courses selected”.

  • 6.What is the difference between registration, enrollment and changes in enrollment?
    Registration
    The registration period determines the interest of students in courses. Students can obtain better time stamps for capacity-limited courses.
    Enrollment
    During this period there is an automatic enrollment / confirmation of subjects for which enrollment conditions have been met (capacity, prerequisites, etc.). Only at the moment of enrollment do you acquire the right and obligation to study the course. Courses can still be registered or canceled, registration without problems is automatically enrolled every night.
    Changes in enrollment
    Courses can still be registered or canceled at the time of final registration changes. Registration without problems is automatically registered every night.

  • 7.Why does the registration system prioritize students repeating courses?
    According to Study and Examination Regulations (Article 21, Section 2), it is every student's duty to repeat the course he/she has failed to complete in the nearest possible term the course is offered. The Information System prioritizes each such student to enable him/her to fulfill this duty. For information on how students are prompted to enroll in the courses they have failed to complete, see the section Prompting students to enroll in the courses they have failed to complete.

  • 8.Prompting students to enroll in the courses they have failed to complete
    When it comes to prompting you to enroll in the courses you have failed to complete, the following rules apply:

    • You get automatically registered for the course which you have failed to complete and which is not offered every term before the start of registration period. This way, you get the best position in the registration queue (enrollment waiting list).
    • You do not get automatically registered for the course which you have failed to complete and which is offered every term before the start of registration period since some of the currently enrolled students may not have been granted their grades yet, i.e. they may not have completed the course yet. For such a course, you will be registered automatically only before the start of enrollment period and you will be given enrollment preference over those who are not repeating it. However, you are recommended to carry out the registration yourself (and not leave it up to the System) as soon as you become aware of the fact you have to repeat the course.
    • If you get a grade completing the course in the meantime, in which case you are no longer required to repeat it, or if your Office for Studies approves your application for course repetition exemption, the Information System cancels your previously completed registration automatically.

    Warning

    Provided the course you are required to repeat is marked red as a result of, for instance, a pre-requisite issue, you should attend to the problem by, for example, applying for en enrollment permission/exception or else you might wind up unenrolled and become a student failing to fulfill his/her study requirements, which might result in termination of your studies.

    Students are not prompted to register for courses in the following situations:

    • required PE courses – instead of the sport you have not completed, you may decide on another one, which you should register for separately,
    • interrupted studies – provided you plan to enroll in a term (studies), please make sure that you register for courses separately and have your studies resumed by the Office for Studies as soon as possible, as this act, if done in time, prevents the situations where there are no longer any vacancies in courses,
    • Studies with customized study plans – students can be prompted to register for the courses they have failed to complete by the Office for Studies after the period of registration/enrollment changes.

  • 9.What determines my position (on the waiting list)? Why has it changed?
    Provided there is a capacity limit imposed on a course, every student who has registered for it occupies a certain position on the enrollment waiting list, which is compiled on the first-come-first-served basis. Your current position is specified in the Positioncolumn.
    The waiting list is compiled according to the following rules:

    1. The students who have already enrolled in the course are situated at the top of the list and their position is 0. The number of these can be found in the Numbers section.
    2. The students situated below these are those who are required to repeat the course. In most cases, these get registered by IS at the start of registration period. As for the students required to repeat courses offered every term, these get registered at the start of enrollment period. Their current number, i.e. the number of those who have not completed the course yet, can be found in the Repeating section.
    3. The students enrolled in the field of studies the course is directly associated with are given preference over the others. To find out whether you are one of these students, check out the section titled 'Preference'. The numbers of students with and without preference can be found in the Numbers section.
    4. The students not enrolled in the field of studies the course is directly associated with and those not repeating the course are listed last.

    The totals do not include the students who have interrupted/terminated their studies and those who have already gained a grade completing the course (applies also to those who have had their courses recognized).

    What determines the student's final position after the application of these rules is the time stamp assigned to the student the moment he/she registers for the course. If several students have the same time stamp, each of them is put into a certain position according to an internal identification record. In such a situation, the time stamp is followed by, for instance, 16/25, which says the student's time stamp is the 16th of 25 issued within the same second.

    Provided a student registers for the same course within several of his/her programmes of studies, IS gives all his/her registration instances the most favorable time stamp it has found for the student. This change usually takes effect within 24 hours of the course registration.

    Your position may change as a result of the following:

    • The association of the course with a field of study listed in the Course Catalogue changes, i.e. the number of students who are given enrollment preference changes.
    • Some new students repeating the course appear on the list before the start of enrollment period and the System registers them automatically.
    • Some students who interrupted their studies in the past have resumed these and enrolled in the term.
    • The Office for Studies staff have enrolled some students manually (applies to special situations).
    • Someone ahead of you on the waiting list has canceled his/her registration or interrupted his/her studies, which has moved you up the list.
    • You may move up the list provided someone occupying a position in front of you cancels his/her enrollment in the course he/she was supposed to repeat, he/she is no longer required to repeat it or he/she interrupts/terminates his/her studies. You may also move up the list in the situation where a student in a position in front of you has the course recognized.

  • 10.I do not want to repeat an elective course. How can I apply for being exempted from this duty?
    To apply for being exempted from repeating a course, please use the following path:

    The Information System Student Start of Term Apply for course-repetition exemption

    The Study and Examination Regulations (Section 20, Part 3) says the following:

    A student may decide not to fulfil the obligation to repeat a course as specified in subsection 1 if such a course is elective for the studies in question; the amount of courses thus not repeated must not exceed one tenth of the minimum credit value of such studies. Following the completion of the requirements imposed by a compulsory group of courses, all other enrolled courses in that group are considered elective.

    The application the path to which is given above also specifies how many credits you have already used up for being exempted from repeating courses up to now and enables you to submit the course-repetition exemption application.

    After the submission, the Office for Studies will either grant you the course-repetition exemption or they will reject your application, which can be withdrawn any time before it is attended to by the Office.

    Provided you are not sure whether the course whose repetition you want to be exempted from is elective, please contact your Office for Studies.

    Warning

    The application displays the list of all the courses you have failed to complete. Please make inquiries into which of them your programme of studies lists as elective. You can only be exempted from repeating a course unless the total credit value of all the courses for which you have been granted a course-repetition exemption exceeds 10 percent of the minimum credit value of your programme of studies.

    The minimum credit value is calculated from the standard length of studies. If the student is actively enrolled in several fields within the same programme of studies, the minimum credit value is calculated from the length of the longest of these. The calculation is based on the addition of 30 credits for each semester.

    The Information System does not have any tools to distinguish between required and elective courses yet. Therefore, it may also allow you to apply for being exempted from repeating the courses which are designated as required for you. Hence, please ensure that the course whose repetition you want to be exempted from is designated as elective since this will spare the Office for Studies the trouble of rejecting your application in the situation where this is not the case. The IS development team apologize for the inconvenience the absence of this feature may cause.

  • 11.My registration record is marked red. How can I apply for the enrollment permission/exception?
    The red marking of a course signals problems preventing you from enrolling in the course. The problems can be of several kinds.
    In some situations, it is possible to apply for enrollment permission/exception with the teacher of the course using the enrollment exception application link, which you can find in the table listing the courses you have registered for/enrolled in in the Enrolled column. Provided your registration has been unsuccessful merely as a result of you not meeting an enrollment pre-requisite, i.e. your registration record has the correct time stamp, you have filled one of the vacancies available on the course and thus prevent the students with a later time stamp from registering for it despite the fact they have met all the enrollment pre-requisites. However, if you meet the enrollment pre-requisite you have not met yet by the required date, i.e. during the enrollment period, you will be enrolled in the course with the original time stamp.

    1 Exception request for a course with problematic registration.

    The application offers you the form you can use for inserting the text intended for the teacher of the course. Please state the reasons why you think you should be granted the permission to enroll in the course. By clicking on the button accompanying the form, you will submit your application and notify the teacher of the fact. You can also use the same page to cancel an application submitted before. Provided your registration record has changed from red into white (i.e. there are no longer any circumstances preventing you from registering for the course), the change is visible to the teacher as well. Therefore, the application cancellation is not necessary in such a case.

    If you decide to submit your application for enrollment permission, please do so in time for the teacher to be able to process it by the end of the period during which enrollment changes can be made. If you do so late, you will not be enrolled. Providing the teacher grants you the permission/exception, the course will be automatically enrolled immediately.

    There are situations where the course enrollment permission/exception cannot be applied for, i.e. those where the teacher is not allowed to grant the permission/exception. In such situations, students can only be enrolled in the course by the Office for Studies staff.

  • 12.What does the term of pre-requisites stand for?
    Pre-requisites represent the requirements which the student must meet to be allowed to enroll in a course.

    TagMeaning: Requirement that has to be met
    P10 || P11completion of P10 or P11
    P10 && P11completion of P10 and P11
    !P10P10 not completed
    (!P10) && (!P11)neither P10 nor P11 completed
    NOW(P10)also registered for or enrolled in P10
    NOW_LIMIT(P10)also registered for or enrolled in P10, the capacity limit must not be exceeded
    !NOWANY(P10,P11,P12)registered for or enrolled in none of the following: P10,P11,P12
    fakulta(1411)student must study at the specified faculty
    Faculty code legend (it is either a faculty ID or a domain name that is used): “med” = 1411, “phil” = 1421, “law” = 1422,“fss” = 1423,“sci” = 1431, “fi” = 1433, “ped” = 1441, “fsps” = 1451, “econ” = 1456
    programstudent must be enrolled in the specified programme
    smerstudent must be enrolled in the specified specialization
    obor(HOT)student must be enrolled in the specified field
    forma(P)student must be enrolled in the specified study mode
    typ_studia(BM)student must be enrolled in the specified type of studies (B, M, N, D, C, R)
    semestr(2)student must be enrolled in the specified term
    rocnik(1)student must be enrolled in the specified year
    studijni_skupina(N)student must be enrolled in the specified study group
    souhlasexception granted by a teacher (via Information System)
    kredity_min(125)at least 125 credits gained
    vycetsays how many of all the pre-requisites have been met
    nesplneno_tv“requirements fulfilled” gained for a PE course fewer than four times in Bachelor's or Master's degree programmes (B, M), full-time study mode
    vol_tvcan only be enrolled in by full-time students of Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes who have gained “requirements fulfilled” for a PE course twice as well as the students of the N and D full-time study modes; does not apply to the students studying at the Faculty of Sports Studies or the ones studying Primary School Pedagogy
    pov_tvcan only be enrolled in by full-time students of Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes who have gained “requirements fulfilled” for a PE course less than twice; does not apply to the students studying at the Faculty of Sports Studies or the ones studying Primary School Pedagogy
    smi_placenou_tvcan only be enrolled in by students of N and D studies (full-time study mode) or those who have already gained 4 PE credits and who are not students of the Faculty of Sports Studies or enrolled in Primary School Pedagogy
    maxszzcan only be enrolled in by students who have gained fewer than 3 grades for the S_SZZ_PREDMETY course
    szz_vyplnenocan only be enrolled in by students whose Thesis Archive section has been finalized
    szz_vyplneno_temacan only be enrolled in by students who have already enrolled in another course with the szz_vyplneno_tema pre-requisite and whose Thesis Archive sections have been finalized (in the situations where a student has not enrolled in any course with the szz_vyplneno_tema pre-requisite, the student's Thesis Archive section is not checked)

    Warning

    The exclamation mark in front of a course code marks the course whose completion prevents the enrollment in the course in question.

    Checking pre-requisites in the process of granting enrollment permissions/exceptions

    If you get the message “Not meeting the ... prerequisite” during the pre-requisite check, you will also get some information about the last item of the pre-requisite series. That is, the System checks each item of the pre-requisite series and continues doing so till it reaches a condition which is not met. If, for instance, an enrollment pre-requisite series has the form of IB000 && “something_else” and a student has not completed IB000, the “something_else” condition is no longer checked and IB000 is reported as a condition which has not been met. However, provided a pre-requisite series has the form of IB000 || “something_else” and the student has not completed IB000, it is “something_else” that is reported as a condition which has not been met (provided this is the case, of course).

    Tip: Example

    ( IB000 || IB112 ) && !IA008
    If a student has not completed IB000, the System moves on to the next condition, i.e. IB112, and checks it for its validity. If the System finds out that the IB112 condition has not been met either, it returns 0 && "something_else" without checking the very last part, i.e. !IA008. In this situation, the last checked condition is IB112 and, as it is not met, this particular item is reported as a problem.

  • 13.Where can I find out what courses I am expected to register for?
    This information is available in the Course Catalogue. Furthermore, you can also use the registration template prepared for your field. Regardless of whether you decide to use the template or not, please ensure you always consult the Catalogue about the recommendations for the students enrolled in your field.

    To get some further information on a course, click on its code. As the information is provided by its teacher(s) or course guarantor, its extent may vary from the extent of information available on other courses.
    You can find the following items in the course information section:

    Extent and intensity
    This section provides information on teaching sessions (there can be three possible types) and their amount. The information listed relates to lectures, seminars, and other teaching activities (laboratory practice, projects, etc.), respectively.
    Teachers
    This section lists the people participating in teaching the course and the extent to which they do so (lecturer, seminar tutor, assistant, etc.).
    Guarantor
    A person or department responsible for running the course. This section also lists a person one can contact to discuss general matters concerning the course.
    Timetable-related information
    Times at which the course is taught.
    Pre-requisites
    Enrollment requirements and information about whether you meet them or not (see the link “Do I meet enrollment requirements?”).
    Course enrollment limitations
    Course enrollment limitations such as course capacity limit, restrictions imposed on certain fields of study, etc.
    Fields of study the course is directly associated with
    The fields the course has been primarily designed for and students of which are given enrollment preference.
    Course objectives
    These describe teaching outcomes, i.e. knowledge, skills, etc. which students should have after completing the course.
    Syllabus
    List of topics to be dealt with during the course.
    Literature
    List of books the students enrolled in the course are recommended to read.
    Teaching methods
    This section describes the methods used to achieve course objectives (e.g. theoretical part, laboratory practice, etc.).
    Assessment methods
    A section describing teacher's requirements related to students' attendance, assignments, examinations, etc.
    Follow-up courses
    This section lists related courses.
    Teacher's information
    A section usually containing information about teacher's office hours, various links to Web pages and other information sources.
    Further comments
    Other information related to the course.
    Listed among pre-requisites of other courses
    The courses whose enrollment requires completion of this course. List of courses the enrollment in which requires completion of the course and the link 'Do I meet enrollment requirements?'.

    Below the information section, you can also find links to applications related to the course. These are:

    Full information on the course
    Lists all the information on the course.
    Evaluation statistics
    An application providing evaluation statistics and success rates of the course in previous terms.
    Enrollment statistics
    This application displays the numbers of students registered for or enrolled in the selected courses (applies to the current term).
    List of seminar groups
    Seminar groups of the course in the current term.
    Course opinion poll results
    Results of the course opinion poll conducted for the previous term.
    Course discussion group
    List of discussion groups created for the course under all the terms it was offered.
    Permalink
    Permanent link to the page containing information on the course.

  • 14.How can I find out about the registration dates for my faculty?
    To do so, use the following path:

    The Information System Student Start of Term Course Registration and Enrolment

    Here you will find a graphic representation of the period of registration, enrollment and enrollment changes at your faculty. After clicking on the colored line, more detailed information will be displayed, including information about moving the start of course registration.

    1 Primarily, the student sees the dates of his faculty, after clicking the switch he can see the dates of all faculties.

  • 15.What are registration waves?
    The term “registration waves” refers to the phases of a registration period during which the registration opens for certain groups of students in succession. Registration waves always start on weekdays and there are usually five of them with each subsequent one allowing more students to register for courses than the previous one.

    Every student is assigned to a certain registration wave according to the number of credits he/she has to gain to reach the total required for the completion of his/her studies within a programme. This number is calculated as the difference between the minimal credit value, i.e. the standard length of the student's studies in years multiplied by 30, and the number of credits the student has gained up to now which, at the same time, have already been included in the total of his/her programme (this also covers the credits gained for recognized courses). Provided the latter is greater than the former, the result is considered to be 0.

    The first registration wave
    It is the students whose number of credits to gain for them to reach the total required for the completion of their studies is lower than 61 and all doctoral students that are allowed to start registering for courses from the very start of registration period.
    The second registration wave
    It is the students whose number of credits to gain for them to reach the total required for the completion of their studies is lower than 121 that are allowed to start registering for courses two weekdays after the start of registration period.
    The third registration wave
    It is the students whose number of credits to gain for them to reach the total required for the completion of their studies is lower than 181 that are allowed to start registering for courses four weekdays after the start of registration period.
    The fourth registration wave
    It is the students whose number of credits to gain for them to reach the total required for the completion of their studies is lower than 241 that are allowed to start registering for courses six weekdays after the start of registration period.
    The fifth registration wave
    It is all the students that are allowed to register for courses eight weekdays after the start of registration period.

    Provided a student is enrolled in two or more programmes of studies at the same time, the number of credits to gain for him/her to reach the total required for the completion of his/her studies is taken for each programme separately, as the student also registers for courses under these programmes separately.

    The credit calculations are normally done at night. However, if a student gets a grade whose credits he/she needs for being allowed to register for courses within a certain registration wave shortly before the start of registration period, he/she might want to use an application which recalculates his/her credits (including the newly gained ones in the total) right away (for the application, see the path below).

    The Information System Student Start of Term Course Registration and Enrolment Change of my registration start date recalculate credits

    This application cannot be used between 16:45 and 17:15 and at the time the system workload degree is 2 or higher. Provided you plan to use it, please do so sufficiently ahead of the course hunt so as to avoid technical difficulties.

  • 16.I cannot register/cancel my registration for courses
    There might be several reason why you cannot register for courses:
    You may have selected a wrong term:
    Please ensure that you have selected the right term (see the top of the registration page).

    1 Select another term.

    A new programme of studies:
    If the Information System does not display any information related to the programme of studies you have newly enrolled in (your data gets automatically updated/verified every night), update/verify the data manually using the application the path to which is as follows:
    The Information System System System settings Verify the IS main page data now

    The registration period has not yet started for you:
    Another reason why you might not be able to register for any courses is that the registration period has not started for your faculty yet or you are not a student covered by the registration wave which is currently under way. You can find the registration start date in the colored line in the header of the registration application.
    I cannot find the course I would like to register for:
    Provided the registration period is under way, but you still cannot find a certain course in your registration template, please look its code up in the Course Catalogue and try to register for it manually (using the code). Another cause of the aforementioned problem might be the fact the course is not offered during the term and thus cannot be registered for.

    There might be a couple of reasons why you cannot cancel your registration for a course:

    • The period of enrollment changes is over, so no changes can be made any longer.
    • It is a day preceding the start of enrollment period.

    If the System does not display any information related to the courses you have registered for or enrolled in, please make sure that you have selected the right term (see the top of the page). Provided you have selected a wrong term, change it using the other reference. If you are enrolled in more than one programme of studies, make sure that you have selected the right one (see the top of the page again). The problem mentioned above can also arise in the situations where you migrate from one programme of studies to another and the courses you have completed in the old one have not been recognized in, i.e. have not been transferred to, the new one.

    Other issues preventing you from registering for or enrolling in courses might be related to enrollment pre-requisites (What does the term of pre-requisites stand for?), your position on a waiting list (What determines my position (on a waiting list)? Why has it changed?) or registration waves (What are registration waves?). If you encounter difficulties registering for or enrolling in courses, you can always apply for the enrollment permission/exception (My registration record is marked red. How can I apply for the enrollment permission/exception?).

  • 17.May I register for a course offered by some other faculty?
    Yes, you can register for courses from any MU faculty. You can search for courses of specific faculties in the course catalog by selecting Add courses. Courses that are intended for students of all faculties without restrictions are available under the link "Courses for everyone". Other courses offered by the faculty can be found in the templates of individual fields. If you cannot see a link to a certain faculty, its registration period is probably not under way. How can I find out about the registration dates for my faculty?

    To access the list of courses offered by the whole of MU, click on “Offer for students of all faculties”.

    If you are looking for courses fitting your timetable, you might want to use the application enabling you to search for courses in faculty timetables (for further information, see Help).

  • 18.I failed to register for the courses during the registration period, what am I supposed to do now?
    If you did not manage to register for the courses during the registration period, you can still do so during the enrollment one or the period of enrollment changes. If the teacher sent an e-mail to the students of the course before the course was enrolled, you will be informed by an automatic e-mail. E-mails are also automatically stored in the “Organizational Instructions” folder in the “Study Materials” of the subject.

  • 19.Is there any way I can mark my favourite courses?
    Yes, there is. You can star your favourite courses after clicking on the course code (the star to mark the course with is located next the course name). You can star your favourite courses in other applications as well (for further information, please go to the Help section.

    1 Use to star a course.

    You can then simply register for marked courses by searching for a course with an asterisk in the registration application.

  • 20.How do I register quickly?
    Before starting the registration, click on "Add courses", find the necessary courses and add them. In this way, you will create a page with a list of courses, the so-called preparation for registration. Once the registration period has arrived, you can register for all these courses with one click.

    1 Before the start of registration, you can prepare courses for registration and then register it with one click.

  • 21.Where can I find the history of my registration and enrollment operations?
    The following path will take you to the page listing the name of term as well as the names of courses registered for/canceled, time stamps of the operations and information on who has performed the operations.

    The Information System Student Start of Term My operations history

    1 Operation performed.

    2 Term.

    3 Name of course.

    4 Person who has performed the operation.

  • 22.I have interrupted my studies. Shall I register for courses?
    Provided you plan to resume your studies in the upcoming term, please register for the courses you wish to enroll in. However, your registration records will not be put on the course enrollment waiting list until you have re-enrolled in your programme. Once you have resumed your studies, the time stamps of your registration records will take effect. It is therefore crucial that you re-enroll in your studies before the start of course enrollment period so as to avoid the situations where you are skipped by the students whose studies are active. This rule is of great importance chiefly when it comes to courses with a limited number of vacancies.


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