Here you will find everything you need to know about exams, such as registration, forms of ID, exam schedule, rules for sit-in exams, exam results in Inspera, re-sits, practice exams and more. You need to register for sit-in exams through KronoX seven days before the date of the exam.
Please note that a digital ID through the BankID app is currently not an approved form of identification. You can find more information on what is considered approved forms of identification further down this page.
Prior to a sit-in exam
On this page you will find information about registration, forms of ID, exam schedule and more. Your lecturer will inform you about sit-in exams and take-home exams, and which type of assessment applies to your course.
How to register
Register for a written sit-in exam by logging into KronoX. Registration will open 21 days before the exam and close seven days before the examination date. The same applies for re-sits.
Find your exam under the tab ‘Activity registration’.
You will receive a confirmation email when you register, and if you deregister.
Once you have registered, you will receive an email two days before the exam date with a time and place for the examination. Notifications are sent to your Ladok Student email address, so make sure that this is updated.
As a student, you are obliged to keep yourself updated about the course schedule and register for exams according to university procedure. If you are unable to attend, you need to unregister for the exam no later than seven days before the exam date.
Problems with registration?
If you have difficulties registering in KronoX, email the Exam Administration at email@example.com. Make sure to get in touch no less than seven days before the examination date. If we receive your email after registrations close, you will not be able to sit the exam. Your email should include your name, personal identification number, the title of your course, and the exam date.
Students from previous semesters
If you want to register for a sit-in exam and are registered on the course from a previous semester, you need to email the Exam Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org within the registration period in order to register for the exam.
Things to know before the exam
Students must present a valid photo ID with their name and date of birth to be allowed entry. Valid forms of ID include Swedish and foreign passports as well as national ID cards issued by a country in the Schengen area. If your ID has been stolen or lost, you can present a police report that states that your ID has been misplaced. The police report should not more than three months old.
Arrive in time. The doors close at the starting time. The doors will open again 30 minutes after the starting time to allow latecomers, there is no compensation for lost time.
If you are unable to attend, you need to unregister for the exam no later than seven days before the examination date.
After the registration period is closed, students cannot unregister for exams. This does not affect your registration for upcoming exams.
If you are diabetic and need to bring your blood glucose monitoring device into the exam hall, please email email@example.com in good time before your exam.
If you use hearing aids, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in good time before your exam.
If you have a protected identity, please email email@example.com in good time before your exam.
Unfortunately we are unable to allow students from other institutions to sit their exam at Malmö University.
If you have registered to take two exams during the same time, you need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org in good time.
Check that you can sign into your student account. Make sure that you know your computer identity and password, or write them down and bring them to the exam.
Take a demo digital exam to familiarise yourself with the exam form. Follow the links further down the page.
Arrive to the exam hall 30 minutes before the start of the exam.
A computer and keyboard will be available at your assigned seat in the exam hall.
Check the exam schedule
Before your sit-in exam, it is important that you check to make sure you have the right date and time. Remember that changes can be made at short notice.
You will be notified of which room your exam will take place in when you arrive at the building on the day of the exam. It is important to know your course’s course code. You can find the course code in the confirmation email from KronoX with your registration for the exam.
To view a complete exam schedule for your faculty or unit in KronoX, click the appropriate link. The schedule will show all exams during the following six months. If you have studied a course during a previous term, please note that course codes can alternate from semester to semester.
Students who have a lasting disability such as dyslexia, ADHD, or impaired vision, can apply for learning support based on their individual needs.
If you are entitled to learning support during exams (for instance access to a computer or an extension), you are required to register this in Kronox no later than seven days before the exam.
Click the 'Support' button after you have completed the application and choose what type of support you need for each exam. You can see the support that you have elected before the registration period closes if you click the ‘Support’ button. The chosen support is listed under 'Requested support'. If you have not registered your support it is listed under 'Available support'. If you are unsure about which learning support you have requested for an upcoming exam and the registration has closed please contact the Exam Administration.
If you have any questions, send an email to email@example.com including your name, your personal identification number, the title of your course, and the date and time of your exam.
If you are to write your exam in a separate room or with a smaller group, you will receive a confirmation email from the Exam Administration three to four days before the exam with information on the room number. The Exam Administration will also inform your lecturer about where you will be taking the exam. Please show the document that certifies that you have a disability to the examiner.
From 18 October 2021, all students who have learning support and use a computer, speech synthesis and spelling programme will write their exams in the program Inspera.
Sit-in exams take place at Malmö University’s exam hall, Kranen. Kranen is suited for both paper exams and digital exams (digitams).
Your schedule will indicate where your exam will take place. Sit-in exams at Kranen are marked 'KR:tentasal 1-6' in Kronox. When you arrive at the building on the day of the exam, you will get information about which room your exam will take place in.
Kranen is open to students 45 minutes before the exam starts, up until 45 minutes after the exam has started.
You are not allowed to bring personal belongings, such as wristwatches, outerwear, bags, and electronic devices (such as mobile phones and fitness trackers) into the exam halls. Storage lockers are located outside the exam halls in Kranen.
The lockers lock using a four-digit pin code that you select upon arrival. You use the same pin code to lock and open the locker.
The lockers are 40 x 40 x 40 cm in size. Keep in mind that your personal belongings should be able to fit into these lockers.
Did you just sign up for your first digital sit-in exam? Take a demo digital exam to familiarise yourself with the exam form.
Below you find information and rules for when writing a sit-in exam.
Rules during exams
Students must present a valid photo ID with their name and date of birth to be allowed entry. Valid forms of ID include Swedish and foreign passports, Swedish driver licenses, as well as national ID cards issued from a country in the Schengen area. If your ID has been stolen or lost, you can present a police report that states that your ID has been misplaced. The police report should not be older than 3 months.
Arrive in good time. The doors close at the start of the exam and students who are late will be let in 30 minutes later without compensation for lost time.
The exam invigilator will provide you with instructions and decide where each student is to be seated. Only sheets of paper provided by the invigilator are permitted.
Bags and garments, as well as phones and other smart devices, must be stored at an assigned location during the exam.
There are bathrooms either in the exam room or adjacent to the exam room.
Students can bring food and beverages to exams.
Out of consideration for those with allergies, avoid bringing nuts or wearing strong perfumes.
You are no longer allowed to wear wristwatches during the exams. There are clocks in all examination rooms.
Cheating and disruptive behaviour
Students who disturb or obstruct examination will be required to stop their own exam and leave the room. Anyone suspected of cheating will be reported to the Disciplinary Board.
See your exam results
You get your exam results no later than 15 working days after the exam. The grade for your exam should be registered in Ladok for students no later than five working days after you receive notification of your results.
To see the graded exam and the examiner’s comments, click on ‘See more details’ and then on the link ‘Grader feedback questions’.
If the link ‘Grader feedback questions’ is missing, you have not received any comments from the examiner and you can see the grading under ‘View without downloading’ instead.
All re-sits require registration in Kronox. The registration period will open 21 days before the exam and close seven days prior to the examination date. If you can't find the course you want to register for under the 'Exams' tab, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We need to receive your email before registration close in order to register you for the exam.
Old exams and practice exams are distributed by student administrators.