In the exam schedules you can find different codes for the form of the written exams. Beneath you can find a guide to each of the different exam types:
At on-site exams, you may also find one or more of the documents below on the table. Please note that the documents are dynamic, and will continuously be updated. If you choose to print or download the documents from this page, you must always make sure that you have the most recent versions.
At all digital on-site exams you must bring a laptop computer and use this as a writing instrument. You are not allowed to use any other electronic equipment which gives you access to the internet or allows you to communicate with others (e.g. mobil phones, iPads, tablets, smart watches) and you are not allowed to bring extra monitors to the exam.
In the course description in the course catalogue you can see which aids you are allowed to use at the exam. It is indicated as All, Specified or No aids in the course description.
At all digital on-site exams, there is internet access which you must use to download the exam assignment as well as to upload your finished exam paper. (This is why it’s important that you test whether you are able to connect your computer to the wireless network Eduroam well in advance of the exam).
You are allowed to use the internet to search for information if the exam type permits it. (At WOA, WOMC and WO exams, you are not allowed to use the internet during the exam.)
You must never communicate with anyone in or outside the exam room. This means that all communication and file sharing services (mobile phones, email, Messenger, Skype, Dropbox, etc.) must be shut down throughout the entire time you are in the exam room.