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Signing in EXAM
Instructions
Support
Software
Create or take test exam
Exam visit
Joint exams

Electronic examination refers to an examination, a proficiency test or other test-type assignment that takes place using a computer in a restricted network environment in separate examination centre under camera surveillance. Electronic exam gives a student an opportunity to take an exam with the computer during the exam period decided by the teacher.

Signing in EXAM

Login with your TUNI account: https://exam.tuni.fi (do not use the old Internet Explorer browser)

Login is possible only through HAKA federation: If you are a member of Tampere universities community, select “Tampere Universities” as your organization.

New faculty & staff users will be granted student and instructor roles automatically on first login.

Instructions

Guidelines for taking electronic examinations

Quick guide for teachers

EXAM user guide for teachers

Additional instructions for ROCK users

Support

Questions: tenttipalvelut.tau@tuni.fi

Technical issues: it-helpdesk@tuni.fi

Common problems and FAQ

Software

See the software available during the exam

Create or take test exam

The best way to learn to use EXAM is to create a new test exam and questions to the exam. You can attach the exam to any course. There are also two test course codes: TES-1 and TES-2. Exams are not visible to anyone unless you publish the exam.

Teachers can also take the test exam to see how the system works as a student. If you don’t have student role in in EXAM contact IT- Helpdesk (it-helpdesk@tuni.fi).

Exam visit

Exam visit means that student takes their own university’s exam in another university’s Exam room. Read more about exam visit.

Joint exams

Joint exams means that there can be teachers and students from different institutions participating to make or take the exam through EXAM system. The instructions concerning this feature are in progress.