The re-examination system (exams, maturity exams, directions and registration) can be found in ASTA under the Re-exam menu.
According to the schedule in ASTA, re-examinations are held usually on Fridays between 1 pm and 4 pm. Please, note that you need to arrive at least 20 minutes before the re-exam begins. A list of classrooms used for the re-examinations is available underneath the info board no later than 10 am on the re-examination day. You can also find information about the re-examination e.g. in ARBS by typing “re-examination” in the search field.
By examination we here refer to supervised written exams arranged on specified re-examination days. Dates and programme for re-examination days are listed in ASTA. To be eligible to participate in an examination arranged on a re-examination day the student must make an online enrollment at least one week before the re-examination day.
A student with a "Certificate for student in need of special pedagogical support at Arcada" who needs to sit alone or is in need of extra time contacts Amanuensis Maria Enoksson (email@example.com) on the last day of enrollment at the latest.
Re-examination dates 2020-2021
28.8.2020 (deadline for enrollment 21.8.2020)
20.11.2020 (deadline for enrollment 13.11.2020)
15.1.2021 (deadline for enrollment 8.1.2021)
12.2.2020 (deadline for enrollment 5.2.2021)
19.3.2021 (deadline for enrollment 12.3.2021)
23.4.2021 (deadline for enrollment 16.1.2021)
7.6.2021 OBS! Monday (deadline for enrollment 31.5.2021)
General guidelines for examinations
All cell phones should be turned off and placed in bags or coats which are left at the walls in the examination room. Also smartwatches are forbidden during the examination.
The student may write one or more exams during the examination time (3 hrs.), but should enroll separately for each exam.
Students are obliged to arrive at least 20 minutes before the exam starts, and may leave the examination room, at the earliest, 30 minutes after the examination has begun. If a student arrives after this time, he/she is not eligible to write the examination.
If a student should write several exams will he/she receive his/her following exam tasks then the answers to the previous exam are submitted.
A student participating in an examination should be prepared to prove his/her identity when submitting the answers.
Only those examination aids that the examiner has informed students of in advance may be used in the examination.
Only writing paper that is distributed in the examination room, and which bears the stamp of the university may be used. A student that does not complete the examination should, nevertheless, fill in the required details on the examination writing paper.
The examination begins when the supervisor announces that the examination envelopes may be opened.
The supervisor has the right to terminate the student's exam if he/she disturbs the other students' work, and if the supervisor discovers that the student is guilty of cheating. Disciplinary action will be taken against these misdemeanours and unethical conduct.
The student should hand in all distributed writing paper in his/her possession before leaving the examination room and sign his/her name on the attendance list.
An examination shall be corrected within three weeks and examination results shall be registered within four weeks of the date of the examination.