Rules of Usage and private statements

JAMK Exam Application Rules of Usage

Rules of Usage of the Exam application, which the student undertakes to abide by when using Exam. The student is required to accept the Rules of Usage when logging in to Exam application for the first time.

The use of Exam is governed by the Degree Regulations of JAMK University of Applied Sciences concerning completion of courses, assessment and disciplinary procedure (18 §, 21 §, 40 §).

Only students who have enrolled as attending and have the study entitlement necessary for taking any exams may take exams using the Exam application, provided that this has been agreed upon with the teacher of the course concerned.

The exams taken using the Exam application are monitored using a recording camera and audio surveillance system. When you book an exam from the Examstudio, you consent to being monitored by the recording camera and audio surveillance system.

Anyone taking an exam using the Exam application is required to show proof of identity to the member of the JAMK staff supervising the exam when requested to do so. Anyone taking an exam using the Exam application is also required to prove their identity in the indicated manner when requested to do so.

Additionally, the following rules of usage shall apply:

No personal belongings may be brought to the Examstudio, including regular medication, if this has not been agreed upon in advance with the teacher. Examinees may leave their belongings in the lockers provided outside the exam room.

The lock of the Examstudio door opens 25 minutes past the hour, and remains open for the next 15 minutes.

An exam taken using the Exam application always begins 30 minutes past the hour. The examinee is advised to reserve the last five minutes of the exam time for returning the exam and for exiting the exam computer, as the next examinee may already be waiting for their turn at the same exam computer.

The duration of the exam is one of the following:

  • 60 min (1 x 60 min = 1 classroom hour, of which 55 min is reserved for taking the exam and 5 min for returning the exam and exiting the computer)
  • 90 min (2 x 45 min = 2 classroom hour, of which 85 min is reserved for taking the exam and 5 min for returning the exam and exiting the computer)
  • 135 min (3 x 45 min = 3 classroom hour, of which 130 min is reserved for taking the exam and 5 min for returning the exam and exiting the computer)
  • 240 min (4 x 60 min = 4 classroom hour, of which 235 min is reserved for taking the exam and 5 min for returning the exam and exiting the computer)

When the exam has been returned, the student must immediately exit the exam computer and room. The exam workstation must be tidied up for the next user, and any scribbling papers used must be left in the locked waste bin in the Examstudio.

The student is not allowed to exit and return to the Examstudio at the middle of the exam. If exiting the exam is necessary for health-related reasons, for example, this must be separately agreed upon with the teacher in advance. The exam may be rejected if the student has exited and returned back to the exam without a prior agreement with the teacher.

You may exit the exam as soon as you are done.

You may only re-register for an exam taken using the Exam application after the teacher concerned has assessed the exam. The time limits for assessing the exam and/or course are set out in the Degree Regulations (21§).

Any exam taken using the Exam application is subject to the JAMK IT systems usage rules and JAMK rules and regulations (in Elmo-intra).

The student consents that the information from the video surveillance system and from the Exam application may be combined for the purpose of verifying the student’s identity.

The lockers may only be used by those using the Examstudio for the duration of the exam. The student undertakes to immediately empty the locker upon completion of the exam.

See the Elmo intranet:

Privacy statement – of Exam application

Privacy statement – of Examstudio camera surveillance system

Description of the personal data file of the Exam application pursuant to section 10 of the Personal Data Act (523/99) (in Finnish)