In case of technical problems, students should first contact the examiners.
According to the Hessian Distance Examination Act (§ 5 FernPrüfDV HE), if the distance examination is technically not feasible, it will be terminated at the respective stage and the examination performance will not be evaluated. This does not apply if students have caused the disruption intentionally or through gross negligence.
If the image or sound transmission is temporarily disrupted during an oral or practical remote examination, the remote examination will be continued after the disruption has been fixed. If the technical malfunction persists so that the oral or practical remote examination cannot be continued in an orderly manner, the remote examination will be repeated at a later time. If the technical malfunction occurs after a substantial part of the examination has already been completed, the oral examination may be continued and completed by telephone without the use of a video conferencing system.
- Supplement to the APB (General Examination Rules)
- Withdrawal from examination / Medical Certificate
- How do I apply for an additional oral exam?
- Will all exams take place as scheduled?
- If online exams are the optimal solution for planning security, why are they not introduced as a standard?
- Who decides on a change of the examination form and how do I know out about it?
- Where can I see my exam will take place in person on site?
- For online exams, should there be a test round a few days beforehand to get familiar with the technology?
- Since one of my exams is a requirement that must be successfully passed by 31.03.21, non-attendance would result in exmatriculation. How is this regulated?
- Oral exams
- Changing the form of examination