Procedures for written examinations with inspection, cf Examination Regulations, University of Agder § 27:
The examination candidates shall be at the examination site no later than 15 minutes before the examination begins. In case of digital examinations, the university may decide that the candidates will have to be at the examination site earlier than 15 minutes before the examination begins. Candidates who are late can still be granted access to the examination up to 60 minutes after the examination has begun.
In cases of digital examinations based on the use of personal laptops, candidates must notify the university of their eventual need to borrow a laptop within the set time limit. Candidates using their own laptops are themselves responsible for downloading required software before coming to the examination site.
No candidates are permitted to leave the examination locale the first 60 minutes after the examination has begun
Candidates must present valid student identification or other valid identification with a photograph. Candidates who are unable to present valid identification will not be allowed to sit for the examination and will be regarded as having withdrawn from an ongoing examination
In the examination locale, the candidates must adhere to the directions given by the examination inspectors.
Writing on paper handed out in the examination locale is not permitted until the examination questions are handed out. Use of paper other than that which is handed out is not permitted
No form of communication between candidates or with other people is permitted during the examination. If candidates have questions, they can ask the examination inspectors.
The candidates can use the advertised time to complete the examination. After time is up, the candidates are no longer permitted to write answers. Up to an additional 15 minutes are given to separate the copies from the originals.
Draft paper cannot be handed in as a part of the examination answers.
When the answers and unused examination papers are handed in, the candidates must leave the examination locale. Submitted answers are under no circumstances to be delivered back to the candidate.
The course teacher or someone acting on his/her behalf must be available during the examination.