Examinations at Campus Gotland
Here is all you need to know about examinations at Campus Gotland. Contact our Examinations Officer if you have any questions.
An examination, which is also called an exam, is an oral or written test taken upon completion of a course or a particular course component. If you fail an exam, i.e. if you do not pass, you may try again by sitting a retake examination at a later date.
- Examination schedule on Campus
- Register for the examination/retake examination (log on to the Student Portal)
- Unregister for the examination/retake examination (log on to the Student Portal)
- Finishing a discontinued course
- Corrected exams to collect in the reception desk
- About cheating and plagiarism
Registration for examinations and retake examinations
You must always register for an examination – both regular examinations and retake examinations. Registration takes place through the Student Portal. Late registration at the examination hall or study administration office is not possible. All written exams are taken anonymously at Uppsala University; i.e., you will use a code instead of your name/personal identification number when taking an examination. To receive this code you must announce yourself for the examination/retake examination through the Student Portal. If you have any questions regarding examination registration, please contact the Study administration.
If you are late to the examination
Arrive at the hall 30 min before the exam starts. If you arrive late, after the test tasks have been passed out, you must wait outside of the hall for 25 minutes before the exam invigilator will allow you to enter. You will not be given extra time. If you arrive more than 30 minutes after the established start time, you may not take the test.
Unregistering from examinations and retake examinations
It is important to unregister from an examination (through the Student Portal) if you cannot take the test. To avoid incurring the costs of invigilators, materials and halls, you must unregister no later than the registration deadline.
Digital hall examinations
Some hall examinations are digital examination, or e-exam for short, that means that you write your exam on a computer instead of on paper. You can see if it is a paper exam or digital exam on your schedule in TimeEdit. When you take an e-exam you use your student account and password A to log into the computer and to log into the exam.
If you have a disability and require additional support for the examination, contact Hanna Karlsson, coordinator for students with disabilities. You must submit your request for an exam accommodation two weeks before the exam to the examination administrator each time you plan to sit an exam.
The University has taken many measures to minimise COVID-19 infection in examination venues. But the most important measure is this: if you feel at all unwell, then of course you must not come to the exam. Read more on what to bear in mind to minimise the spread of infection when taking an written exam.
Collection of exams
Collect completed exams at the reception desk on floor 1. If you have taken the exam anonymously, then in addition to your identification, you must also provide your code number when collecting your exam. When the examination is handed over, you must be able to show valid identification and sign your receipt. Note that grades may not be appealed. However, grades may be reviewed, and picking up the original examination will make it harder to review a test. A copy of the examination can be provided on request.
- That you must register for all examinations.
- That you may only take examinations for courses in which you are registered.
- That you must arrive at the exam location no later than 30 minutes before the exam.
- That you must present valid identification to the exam invigilator.
- That Permitted aids at examinations are determined by each course coordinator.
- That Food/beverages are permitted unless otherwise stated. All kinds of nuts are prohibited due to allergy risks.
- That you don't forget to bring your anonymity code.
Examination invigilators carefully monitor each exam. If they suspect a student of cheating the student is contacted and any unauthorised materials are reviewed.
Uppsala University has clear routines for dealing with suspected deceptive conduct in examinations.
Finishing a discontinued course
When a course is cancelled, opportunities to write a finishing exam is given. For courses that have been discontinued or have undergone major changes, three opportunities to take an examination during a time period that extend over three semesters is offered. Find out more about finishing discontinued courses at Campus Gotland
Contact our examinations officer
If you have any questions regarding examinations, please contact Sara Cederlund, examinations officer at Campus Gotland.