Instructions for examination candidates
Examination candidates are to be in the examination hall no later than 10 minutes before examination starts. A valid semester card and ID document with photo are to be brought to the examination hall. These are shown before signing the attendance list.
2. Examination support materials
Permitted support materials are specified on the cover of the examination question paper. Bags and personal effects, including cell phones, are placed in designated areas in the room.
Examination support codes:
- All written and handwritten examination support materials are permitted. All calculators* are permitted.
- All written and handwritten examination support materials are permitted. A specified, simple calculator** is permitted.
- Specified, written and handwritten examination support materials are permitted. A specified, simple calculator** is permitted.
- No written and handwritten examination support materials are permitted. A specified, simple calculator** is permitted.
During oral examinations, examination support code D is to be used unless agreed otherwise with the teaching staff.
* When "all calculators" are allowed, the following rules apply:
- No possibility of communication with other sources of data is allowed.
- Cannot be connected to mains electricity.
- Is not to make a noise.
- Is not to have any other equipment for reading data apart from a display.
- Is only to be one - 1- unit.
- Is only to be pocket sized.
** "Specified, simple calculator" means a calculator with simple, numerical and trigonometric functions such as +, -, sine, cosine, and so on. The type of calculator is to be easy for examination invigilators to recognize. (The specified, simple calculator is either Citizen SR-270X or Hewlett Packard HP30S until otherwise decided.)
3. During the examination
During the examination any communication between the candidates is prohibited. This applies both in the examination hall as well as outside of it. The candidates are not to leave their seats without permission from the examination coordinator. The candidates are to comply with the instructions from the examination coordinator.
4. Withdrawal from examination
Candidates may not withdraw from the examination during the first hour unless this is caused by illness or similar events. Candidates who withdraw from the examination must contact the examination coordinator to sign themselves out before leaving the examination hall.
5. Handing in the answer paper
Each sheet of the answer paper has a copy which is torn off and kept by the candidate. If there is no time to make a fair copy, sheets of rough paper may be handed in as part of the answer paper. The sheets of rough paper will be part of the answer paper and the total number of sheets handed in is noted on the cover page. All unused sheets of paper are to be handed in.
It is not permitted to take any paper out of the examination hall before the answer paper has been handed in.