At the examination you show what you have learned during your education. Different formats of examinations are used within the university. Most common is written examination, but laboratory work or a project presentation are also common. In the course PM the examiner informs about the course's examination, the date of the regular exam and the first re-exam. It's important that you are registered for exams that are published in the Student Portal. Otherwise you're not allowed to do any examination.
Anonymous written exams
The student Unions in Sweden have pursuing the issue of anonymous written exams. To minimize the risk of that the teachers unconsciously are biased by knowing who has written the exam.
A student must know that he/she is evaluated by his/her results and that the evaluation is not affected by i.e. gender, religion or ethnic origin. The student cannot be anonymous if the teacher answers questions during the exam or during the review of the evaluation, or at oral exams and project presentations.
Bring your exam code to the exam
When you sign up for the exam an exam code is generated. You must bring the exam code and a valid ID to the exam, it shall be stated on all sheets including the cover sheet. The supervisor will check it with your ID.
"Given by dept"
Project courses often have flexible exam dates, in the syllabus it is described as "Given by dept". Contact the department responsible for the course to sign up, and for information about the examination. When the department is responsible for the exam, the same rules Examinations apply as for the other examinations.
Rules for Examinations
In the Rules for Examinations you'll find a description of the examination process and the rules that apply to the examinations.
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Questions about examinations
The Examination Administration Office, Lindholmen
Open: Monday - Friday at 9 AM - 2 PM
Lunch: at 11:30 AM - 12.30 PM