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As soon as possible

Inform you students:

Date and time

  • The date and time of the exam must be clearly stated, it is extra important that the exam starts at the time you have specified in the information you have given to the students.
  • If they need to register for the exam, where they can register and when is the last date for registration.

Tools & software

Monitoring

If your exam will be monitored, you will also need to inform your students about the following:

Technical aspects

  • What technical accessories are your students expected to have, for example: a computer with a webcam, a mobile phone with a camera.
    For those students who do not have the opportunity to access such accessories, is there any alternative? In such cases inform your students about that, often there is information on the faculty’s page that can be good to link the students to.
  • Is there any software you are expected to download before your exam and what should you think about then. Feel free to send links and guides on how to download and install certain software.

Law

Pedagogical support

More information

Sometimes there are students who under no circumstances can write the exam at home based on the instructions you have given. You need to make sure that there is a plan for how to handle these students. For example, is there a group room that can be used for these students?