Exams at the Faculty of Psychology
Here you will find information regarding examinations at the Faculty of Psychology.
An overview of exam dates and exam locations is published on UiB's website at the beginning of each semester.
In the autumn of 2020, all school exams at the Faculty of Psychology will be held as school exams - at home.
The examination results of an examination will be published on Studentweb later than three weeks after the examination date. For master's and master's theses, the examination deadline is 8 weeks.
Illness and examinations
Were you ill on the exam, or had another valid absence? You register this on UiB's page. The deadline is one week after the exam.
In connection with the corona pandemic, UiB has introduced a temporary self-certification, so you do not need to submit a doctor's statement this spring.
When the exam results are published, you will see if you have received a valid absence from the exam. A valid absence does not count as an attempt at an exam.
Are you entitled to a new exam?
If you have a valid absence from a school exam (including school exams - at home) in a semester when the course was taught, you are entitled to a new attempt the following semester. We will sign you up for this exam, you will see that you are registered in Studentweb. You may also withdraw from the exam there.
If you have a valid absence for other forms of examinations or for a school exams in a semester without instruction, you are not entitled to a new examination, cf. UiB's study regulations § 6.11.
You are not entitled to a new exam, but want to retake the exam
If you want to retake the exam, either because you had a valid absence or to improve your grade, including a fail grade, you must sign up for the exam yourself the next time there is an ordinary exam. This presupposes that you have the required study rights, that any compulsory activities are valid and that you have not
UiB's study regulations (Chapters 6 and 7)
Faculty-specific rules (Chapters 6 and 7)
Act relating to universities and university colleges (especially the chapters from and including 3-9 to and including 5-3)