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State exams

Rules and recommendations

No form of the final state exams has been determined yet. Right now it is assumed that the exams will go forward as usual, with in-person attendance of students at the exam.

At the moment, in-person attendance during exams is allowed for a maximum of 20 people (including the examiners). It is necessary to follow all hygienic regulations. This could change based on how the epidemiological situation evolves.

Examinations can be held for up to 20 persons without any other conditions. 

For examinations involving more than one person, one of the following conditions must be met:

  • negative PCR test, not older than 7 days,
  • a negative POC antigen test not older than 72 hours,
  • laboratory confirmation about experience with 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.

You will be informed about any changes on this page. It is also important to monitor the latest information given by your school. Specifically the information from the academic department related to the date and form of the exams and the hygienic regulations surrounding them.

Reach out to the academic department or academic senate with your questions. Also, monitor the school or faculty website.

We are all going through a difficult time right now, if you need any psychological help or tips on how to cope with stress, look in the Stress and handling impacts of the pandemic section.