Frequently asked questions about exams, reports and thesis
It is advisable to be there at least 5-10 minutes in advance. There are several sitting areas available in the building S2|17.
We ask you to come to the exam room one by one, where the professor and a reporter will wait to ask questions and write the exam protocol, respectively.
You may choose the first question of the exam. It is recommended to prepare a small “presentation” (up to 5 minutes). The presentation must deal with relevant topics of the lecture. It is recommended to practice the presentation several times, especially if it is your first oral examination.
In the main part of the examination, you must answer questions on the entire content of the course. You will have to write down equations, algorithms, and sketches.
You are not allowed to bring notes, programs or presentations. You will develop your answers live on paper during the exam. Sketches, formulas and important key points are thus recorded in writing.
As always with exams, you should have a photo ID and student ID with you. Paper and pens will be provided. Of course, you are welcome to bring your own pens. You do not need a computer or pocket calculator.
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