What is your study programme?

How to use your examination facility

Last modified on 05-04-2022
Find out here when the examination facility granted to you applies and what you need to take into account. To do so, select your programme in the field at the top if you're not logged in.
Show programme-specific information
You're currently viewing general information. Choose your study programme to see additional information that's specific to your study programme, such as deadlines, regulations and contact details.
What is your study programme?

When the examination facility applies

The examination facility only applies with regard to:

  • examinations that you take during the period for which the facility has been granted;
  • examinations for courses that form part of your own degree programme. If you also take courses that form part of another degree programme, you should check with that degree programme if the facility applies there as well and how you can make use of it;
  • official examinations (on location) and not for interim assessments in class or writing assignments.

Matters to take into account

  • If you have been granted additional examination time, you will receive 15 minutes of additional time for examinations lasting up to two hours and 30 minutes for examinations lasting two hours or more. It is not possible to grant you more time, unless there is a very good reason for doing so. Book an appointment with a student counsellor if this is the case.
  • You will take the examination at the same location as other students, unless otherwise agreed with the study adviser.
  • Always report to the invigilator at the start of an examination. The invigilator will assign a seat to you.
  • If you are taking courses at another faculty as well, you should check if the facility also applies there and how you can make use of it.
  • If you have been granted additional arrangements, you can discuss with the study adviser (for the programme where you follow courses) how the arrangements can best be met.