Rules and recommendations
For pupils and students who were not allowed to attend full-time classes, distance learning was provided.
For pupils fulfilling compulsory school attendance, participation in distance education was compulsory. Thus, the evaluation is also based on the work done by the pupil in online learning. It is necessary to follow the instructions of individual teachers to ensure that the pupil fulfills all school obligations, including homework.
Secondary school students are advised to follow the distance learning guidelines set by both the school administration and individual teachers. Evaluation will be based on the activity associated with distance learning as well. Therefore, it is recommended that homework deadlines be monitored.
Teachers may also examine students and pupils, whether written, oral, or otherwise, during distance learning.
For university students, we recommend following the instructions of the study departments and individual teachers. Examinations may be held for up to 20 people without any other conditions. When more than one person attends an examination, proof of one of the conditions is required:
- A negative PCR test, no older than 7 days,
- a negative POC antigen test, not older than 72 hours,
- laboratory confirmation of covid-19 disease, not older than 180 days,
- 14 days after the second dose of the two-dose vaccine or 14 days after the single-dose vaccine has passed.
At the same time, make sure to follow the rules for wearing nose and mouth protection indoors, for more information, see the Indoors page. However, an exception applies when conducting the test if 1.5 m spacing is followed.
As the examination period approaches, it is, therefore, necessary to keep an eye on the ending rules for each course and the associated form of examination, as well as the announced examination dates.