The right to a viewing of examination scripts exists regardless of the current difficult conditions. In principle, it must be ensured that it can be exercised in an appropriate form before the expiry of appeal deadlines (usually one year after the grade is announced in TUCaN).
Due to the restrictions imposed by the disease situation, departments may, by their own decision, limit viewing of examination scripts exclusively to cases of failure or ultimate failure or a pending supplementary oral examination (mEP).
Scheduling and execution are carried out by the inspectors or authorized individuals.
The exam paper may be redacted for copyright reasons depending on the examiner's preference.
In the 2021 summer semester, exams can again be viewed in person on site under strict hygiene guidelines. However, we recommend the use of digital viewing (best-practice-example).
The same rules apply as for exams (see info for students / teachers). The registration of personal data can be done digitally with the web application TU Check-in. More info / FAQ about the TU Check-in application
Paper lists should be available for students who do not wish to use TU Check-in. These should then be sent to the e-mail-address that is indicated on the list.
In the process below, changes from the usual process are shown in italics.
Viewings: Individual Persons
In the 2021 summer semester, viewing of examination scripts with individual students will also be conducted exclusively in digital form.
A personal viewing is particularly useful if there is a need for additional consultation. If necessary, it can be combined with the third examination consultation.
The implementation of digital viewing can be done in different ways:
- Showing the exam in a video conference with the examinee watching on the screen
- Making available e.g. on the Hessenbox or in Moodle
The personal viewing of examination scripts takes place upon application of the examinee to the examiner. There is no legal claim to this form of viewing. A request by e-mail is sufficient.
Follows the regulations for the oral examination. There are no special regulations for the viewing.