Written examinations with and without invigilation
How do I apply?
The deadline to apply for special arrangements has now expired. If you have an illness/injury which has occurred acutely after the deadline, please contact the Examination Office email@example.com for instructions.
- Autumn semester: September 1st
- Spring semester: February 1st
Already been granted single room during school exams?
If you have been granted a single room during school exam, you will be given one of OsloMets computers, you should never use your own computer.
Granted extra time during group assignment?
I you have been granted extra time during group assignments, then you have to log on to the test (oslomet.inspera.no) before the ordinary deadline to create a group. Regardless of whether your deliver in a group or individually.
Oral or practical examination
Contact your faculty for more information.
Alternative form of examination
If you will struggle with completing an examination in its original form due to a chronic condition, you may apply for an alternative form of examination (cf. Regulations § 6-9). Please contact the Information Centre at your faculty or the Service Centre at Kjeller for more information.
Submitting an answer paper in another language than Norwegian
You may upon application be granted to submit your answer paper in another language than Norwegian, Swedish or Danish (cf. The Regulations § 6-10). Please contact the Information Centre at your faculty or the Service Centre at Kjeller for more information.
What are my rights?
Rules and procedures relating to special arrangements in connection with examinations are stipulated in Regulations Relating to Studies and Examinations at OsloMet and Guidelines for Processing Applications Relating to Special Arrangements at OsloMet.
“Candidates who due to medical or other reasons need special arrangements in connection with an examination or need to apply for an alternative form of assessment, must apply within the appointed deadlines. The need for special arrangements must be documented with a medical certificate or a certificate from other relevant experts”. (cf. Regulations § 6-9)
The purpose of special arrangements is to compensate for the disadvantage the disability brings about, and at the same time ensure that the students, to the greatest possible extent, are tested on equal terms. The special arrangement shall not be so comprehensive that it will entail any advantages compared to other students.