If you have any problems with your exam registration or other questions about the exam, you should contact the exam secretary.
You will find contact information for your examination secretary in connection with the concrete exam in the Digital Exam system or in the email you receive before the exam.
Contact Nat-Tech IT –support for technical support.
Contact your teacher.
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Find the guidelines for digitisation of hand-written material.
When you take a digital written on-site exam, it may be mandatory for you to install and run the ITX Flex program on your computer during the entire exam. ITX Flex is a program for monitoring your computer during the exam. If use of ITX Flex is mandatory, it is your own responsibility to make sure the program remains running on your computer during the entire exam.
If you use the Linux operating system, it is not possible to activate the ITX-Flex digital monitoring system.
When you arrive for the written on-site exam, you must notify the site supervisor about you using Linux. You will then be placed under more strict supervision by the exam site supervisor during the exam.
It is your responsibility to make sure that the site supervisor is aware that you are using Linux.
It is possible to test ITX Flex via a demoexam before the actual exam.
To access the demoexam you have to use:
For the demoexam the following applies:
If you are taking a digital on-site exam that makes use of ITX Flex, you can access your set of exam questions from ITX Flex. See the the short guide for more information one the use of ITX Flex.
Minimum computer requirements
To guarantee that ITX Flex is working properly you need to have a supported version of your operation system. Stay informed here:
Additional requirements for running the ITX Flex program
How do I know if my computer meets the requirements?
When you start ITX Flex, the programme will perform a health check of your computer. If the computer meets the requirements, you will see three green ticks:
This depends on what your exam administrator gives you permission to do. Normally, you will be asked to submit your exam paper in PDF. You will always be able to submit supplementary material in other formats. You can see what formats are permissible under ‘Upload exam paper’ for the specific exam in the Digital Exam system.
If you don’t want to submit an exam paper, you can click ‘submit blank exam’ under ‘Exam information’ once the exam has started.
The deadline for your exam can be found on the list of exams you are registered for. You must submit your paper before the deadline set for your exam in order for your exam paper to be accepted.
This means that it is important for you to submit your paper in good time so that you have time to deal with any unforeseen problems before the deadline.
Do not wait until the last minute to submit your paper! Please notice: If you have been inactive in the Digital Exam system in some time, you will have to log on again.