Oral examination (overview)

If an exam contains an oral examination you can set it up under the tab “Oral examination”an oral examination

Options

There are 3 options on the tab Oral examination, where the first option needs to be kept on if the exam does not have oral examination. The others are as following:

  • Students are assigned predefined timeslots, which is the more advanced way of making an exams plan
  • Students are examined in order, which is the original way of assigning timeslots.

Predefined slots

This option contains the more advanced way of creating an exam plan based on templates that can be copied to multiple days.

Click on “Create exam plan” to make a template with defined timeslots and breaks. If you regret your choice you can either not choose oral examination all together or choose order.

NOTE: If you have started to create an exam plan with "predefined slots", the data will be deleted if you start over with a different choice

See instructions for setup here

Order

This option is the original way of assigning the students exam slots where you can assign days and exam rooms. Here you can also undo your choice and either completely opt out of the oral examination or choose predefined slots

NOTE: If you have started to create an exam plan with "Order" the data will be deleted if you start over with a different choice

See instructions for setup here

Data via integration

This option will be available as of April 23 release. This can be selected if the institution sets times in another system and wants DE to receive the times via a web service. Exam times that are send with the integration will, however, be able to be overwritten manually in Digital Exam

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