College in Croatia sucks...

  • ShagonTheHate

    Posts: 135

    Oct 01, 2009 9:05 AM GMT
    So... we have this system for students (to sing in for subjects, tests etc.) called ISVU and today we were supposed to sign up for subjects this year. They started it up at 6 a.m. (!!!!), and we students, the fools we are, woke up at 6 to enter, it's now 11 a.m., the system is still crashed, more that 70% percent of students can't sign in, I'm litterally going crazy and have given up trying for now... if the subjects I want to take get taken I'm gonna have a schedule no living person can follow, unless I don't sleep and eat at all... and this is just the beginning... A system that can't support 3000 users at once... Tell me does sth like this happen in the rest of the world as well.icon_smile.gif
  • NickoftheNort...

    Posts: 1416

    Oct 01, 2009 1:36 PM GMT
    When I went to university in the States, they minimized the overload problem by giving students specific times and dates for when they could start their online registration (priority was given based on the student's year, participation in Honor roll courses, and possible disabilities). The registration times were spread out over a week or two weeks.
  • DCEric

    Posts: 3713

    Oct 01, 2009 10:04 PM GMT
    NickoftheNorth saidWhen I went to university in the States, they minimized the overload problem by giving students specific times and dates for when they could start their online registration (priority was given based on the student's year, participation in Honor roll courses, and possible disabilities). The registration times were spread out over a week or two weeks.

    That is what I was going to say.
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    Oct 01, 2009 10:13 PM GMT
    Same thing in Canada as in the states, starting in about July, you're emailed the date you can start signing up for courses. It goes by year.