During and after the examination session
Here you will find practical information about what happens on the examination day. How to find the examination hall, what applies in the hall, how you can prepare and other important things to know. We also describe what happens after the examination and when you can get your exam back.
Finding your examination examination hall
Examination halls are announced on noticeboards at both campuses one hour before the start of the examination. You can also find exam hall information as a general notice in Canvas.
On the Lindholmen Campus, information about exam halls will appear in the entrance hall of Hus Saga, at Hörselgången 4.
On the Johanneberg Campus, information about exam halls will appear on the following noticeboards:
- Main entrance to Maskinhuset, at Hörsalsvägen 7A
- Upper part of Hörsalslängan, at Hörsalsvägen 4-14
- Entrance to Samhällsbyggnadshuset, at Sven Hultins gata 6
- SB Multisal in Samhällsbyggnadshuset, at Sven Hultins gata 8
Use the ChalmersMap app to find your exam hall.
Notes for those sitting adapted examinations
Students receiving educational support generally sit exams in the same building as ordinary examinations. You will be notified of the precise examination hall in an email from the Examination Administration Office, three or four days before each exam. If you are unsure where to go, you can always consult the examination reception for ordinary examinations. You can find the ordinary examination halls on the “Find examination hall” notice below. Once you are there, the invigilators will know what support you need and will give you the appropriate assistance.
Examination hall: Samhällsbyggnadshuset, SB2
Address: Sven Hultins gata 6
Examination reception: Turn right inside the main entrance and go to lift E. Then go up to level 3.
Examination hall: Maskinhuset
Address: Hörsalsvägen 7A.
Examination reception: at the entrance level, go straight ahead towards the Omega group room. Keep right and go past Café Bulten. Reception is directly ahead, behind the glass doors.
Examination hall: Hus Saga. The examination hall will be posted on the noticeboard on the day of the exam.
Address: Hörselgången 4.
Examination reception: at the entrance level of Hus Saga.Find examination hall notices
Below, you will find current notices about examination halls no later than four days before the start of the examination period.
Exam examination hall notices (in Swedish):
Rules and routines for examinations
Are you sitting a hall examination? Here are some things you need to know when sitting your exam.
- Sign up for your exam – You must be signed up for an exam to sit it.
- Arrive in plenty of time! – check-in starts 30 minutes before the exam starts.
- Bring valid ID with you – (passport, Swedish national identity card, Swedish driving licence, Swedish SIS-marked ID card or ID card issued by a government body) and have it to hand when you enter the exam hall.
- Pay students’ union fee for the current semester – Remember that you need to have paid your students’ union fee for the current semester. You won’t need to show your students’ union card as it is checked automatically for all students signed up for the examination. However, if you have paid recently, you will need to show a valid union card/Mecenat card on your mobile phone or a receipt for the students’ union fee.
- Bring your examination code to the exam hall – You must state your examination code on the exam rather than your personal identity number. The code must be written on each answer sheet that you hand in and on the cover of the exam paper. Your code is issued when you sign up in Ladok for students. If you have forgotten your code, you will be able to obtain it from the invigilator.
- Only bring permitted aids to an examination
- Switch off all prohibited electronic equipment such as mobile phones
- You may bring snacks to the examination hall and eat them, provided this does not disturb the other candidates. For allergenic reasons, you may not bring peanuts, other legumes or almonds.
Digital-examinations on Chalmers’ campuses
You will write digital-exams on your laptop or on a computer in a computer room. The Chalmers system uses the Inspera Assessment cloud service for digital-exams. Exactly as for an ordinary exam, you must sign up to write a digital-exam. If you have not signed up for the examination session, you will have to sit the exam during the next session.
Examination, registration/deregistration in Ladok
To use Inspera, you must download Safe Exam Browser (SEB) to your computer. This is a locked browser that gives you access to Inspera but nothing else on the internet. Once your computer has SEB installed, Inspera will detect and calibrate your machine. When you open the exam in Inspera, it will be downloaded locally to your computer.
You can try by logging into Inspera and select Demo Exam with SEB.
To Inspera and Safe Exam Browser
After the exam session
The examiner has 15 working days to mark your exam. The results will be reported in Ladok, where you can view your grade. If you want to collect your exam, you can do so at the department that offered your course. Read more about this on the page below:
Once the examiner has marked your examination paper and the results have been reported in Ladok, you can collect the pap...
If you have written exam digitally, please log in to Inspera with your cid and cid password. You will find your graded exam under Archive, alongside the questions, your answers, your grades and any comments and feedback from your teacher. If you do not see your results, this may be a block caused by cookies. Try clearing your cookies or, if this doesn’t work, contact the Examination Administration Office.
Video describing how to see Points and grades in Inspera
If you wrote your exam at Lindholmen, it will be scanned and you will receive your marked paper at the email address you signed up in Ladok.
Cheating and disciplinary matters
Examinations are used to assess your performance and the extent to which you have met the requirements stipulated in the course and programme syllabus. Cheating means trying to mislead in an examination or other assessment and make you guilty of breaching the rules. Chalmers takes all attempts to mislead very seriously.
For further information on all rules applicable to summative assessments read more on the page:
As a student, you must follow the rules of the university. This means, among other things, that cheating, or disrupting...