Examination days in the Faculty of Humanities (2017-2018)

The registrations for all the exams are made in WebOodi at least ten days before the examination takes place.

 

FACULTY EXAMINATIONS:

Fridays 14.00 - 18.00 in lecture hall L1. 

Fall semester 2017:
Spring semester 2018:
8.9.
12.1.
6.10.
9.2.
10.11.      
2.3.
1.12.
6.4.
 
27.4.

 

GROUP 1

  • History (not Political Science)
  • English Philology
  • Art History    
  • Giellagas Institute     

Fridays 14.00 -17.00 in lecture hall L1. 

Fall semester 2017:
Spring semester 2018:
15.9.
19.1.
13.10.
16.2.
17.11.      
16.3.
8.12.
13.4.
 
4.5.

GROUP 2

  • Cultural Sciences (not Art History)
  • Finnish language
  • Logopedics
  • Information Studies
  • German Philology
  • Nordic Philology
  • French Language
  • Phonetics
  • General Linguistics

Fridays 14.00-17.00 in lecture hall L1.  

 

Fall semester 2017:
Spring semester 2018:
22.9.
26.1.
20.10.
23.2.
24.11.
23.3.
15.12.
20.4.
 
18.5. 

It is paramount that everyone abide by the rules listed below in order for the examination to proceed smoothly. These rules are used in every Faculty examination, subject-specific examination and, commonly, for other examinations as well.

1. In large examinations, the supervisors will call the examinees into the examination room in alphabetical order.

2. Before entering, the examinees will receive envelopes containing the examination questions and answer sheets.

3. The examinees must leave their bags, outer garments such as jackets etc. along the walls and corridors of the examination room. The examinees must turn their mobile phones off and keep them in their bags – not on their desk – while taking the examination.

4. The supervisor will direct examinees to their proper place. Any instructions given by the supervisor must absolutely be adhered to.

5. The envelopes may not be opened until permission is given.

6. The examination will begin at the announced time or, at latest, when the supervisors have called in each examinee at least once. Late arrivals may enter so long as they arrive within 30 minutes of the examination’s commencement being announced. Likewise, no one may leave until 30 minutes after the examination has begun.

7. In the case that the use of dictionaries, calculators or other instruments is allowed, mention of it must be explicitly made in the examinee’s envelope.

8. Upon leaving the examination, examinees hand the supervisors their envelopes, which should contain their answers as wells as the question sheet(s). This protocol applies even if no answers are given and the examinee decides to forego the exam. At this point, examinees must also provide proper identification (e.g. student ID). If they are unable to do so, this will be marked in the record.

9. Should any disorderly conduct occur during the examination (e.g. an examinee being visibly under the influence of alcohol), the supervisors have the right to remove the perpetrator from the examination room.

10. The examination may be discontinued on the part of any examinee if they are found guilty of misconduct during the exam. If the said misconduct is revealed later, the results of the course may be revoked from the examinee in question.

 

Last updated: 16.6.2017