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Rules of the online exams

  • Only those who have previously registered through the Neptun system can take the oral exam.
  • Registration for or cancellation of exams can be done no later than 12.00 on the day before the day of the exam, to allow enough time for proper technical preparation.
  • The oral exam is conducted via the Zoom system.
  • Students who apply for the exam will receive a link to the Zoom meeting in the second half of the day before the exam (after 12:00 pm) in the form of a Neptune message.
  • Students participate in the oral Zoom exam according to the alphabetical order of their family names.
  • In an oral exam, the student’s identity is verified by presenting his or her name and NEPTUN-code, and by presenting the student ID card so that the student ID card number can be read.
  • All students who have registered for the exam and successfully identified themselves will receive an exam grade in Neptune.
  • Students must provide a continuous live image and sound of themselves during the exam in a way that the identity of the student could be clearly recognized. The hand and the torso of the student should be continuously visible to the examiner during the exam.
  • Students must not use a headset or headphones / earphones during the oral exam.
  • Students are supposed to begin their answers to the main topic asked by the examiner promptly, without time for preparation.
  • During the oral exam, the examiner will ask several questions apart from the main topic asked from the student.
  • If the connection between the student and the examiner is broken – i.e., the student leaves the exam, or the video signal is switched off – the examiner closes the examination with the entry “has not appeared”. In this case, the number of examination opportunities for the student is reduced by one.
  • A video recording will be made of the exam in the Zoom application, which will be kept by the system for 3 days.
  • Neither the examiner nor the student may transmit, share, or make available online communication related to the oral exam to an unauthorized person.

 Rules of the written exams:

 

  • Written exams are conducted within the framework of distance learning using the Moodle system.
  • It is the students’ responsibility to check in advance that they have access to the course from which they wish to take a written examination in the Moodle system. If the student does not have access to the appropriate course in the Moodle system, he/she must notify the secretariat of the Institute of Behavioral Sciences at the e-mail address titkarsag.magatartastudomány@semmelweis-univ.hu at least 48 hours before the start of the exam.
  • Only those who have previously registered through the Neptun system can take the written exam.
  • Registration for or cancellation of exams can be done no later than 12.00 p.m. (noon) on the day before the day of the exam, to allow enough time for proper technical preparation.
  • The written exam is conducted under Zoom supervision. Students who apply for the exam will receive a link to the Zoom meeting in the second half of the day before the exam (after 12:00 p.m.) in the form of a Neptune message.
  • Students must log in to the Zoom meeting associated with the exam at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the exam and provide a continuous live image and sound of themselves during the exam.
  • Students must not use a headset or headphones / earphones during the distance test.
  • In a written exam, the student’s identity is verified by presenting his or her student ID card so that the student ID card number can be read.
  • The instructor will take a screenshot of the presented student IDs, which will be kept until the end of the examination period of the first semester of the 2020/2021 academic year.
  • All students who have registered for the exam and successfully identified themselves will receive an exam grade in Neptune.
  • If the connection between the student and the examiner is broken – i.e., the student leaves the exam, or the video signal is switched off – the examiner closes the examination with the entry “has not appeared”. In this case, the number of examination opportunities for the student is reduced by one.
  • A video recording will be made of the exam in the Zoom application, which will be kept by the system for 3 days.
  • Neither the examiner nor the student may transmit, share, or make available online communication related to the distance exam to an unauthorized person.