All exam sessions must be held in presence (Council of Department Directors, Sept. 13, 2022).
Cases of COVID contagion, in consideration of the reduced isolation/quarantine measures, are to be treated as the same as a (brief) illness. Therefore, the student who could not take part in an exam session due to COVID may take the next exam and not necessarily be entitled to "make up the exam."
If the exam is organized in several parts, one of which is necessarily in presence, the lecturer has the option to consider holding a part of it in distance mode.
Partial tests, intended as in-progress tests, the sum of whose results counts as an examination that will later be verbalized, can be held in both face-to-face and distance modes, as the lecturer wishes. They are distinguished into:
- online partial tests in face-to-face mode – these can be held either in a computer room or in a classroom. The exam instructions are the same as those for online exams using the university computer rooms or classrooms;
- online partial tests in distance mode – here the lecturer can decide whether to use Safe Exam Browser Browser or not, and whether to use the monitoring option.
Detailed information about the different types of exams that could be held at a distance can be found on the specific pages:
- oral exams
- paper-based exams
- computer-based exams via video conference
- computer-based exams on Safe Exam Browser and video conference monitoring
No support is available during the exam.