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Examination at Annexet and Sparta

On this page you will find information about the regulations in Annexet and at Sparta, as well as information about digital exams and the opportunity to book a loan computer.

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Common rules

In the Annexet and Sparta buildings in Lund, specific rules apply to examinations and tests. These rules may differ from the rules that apply when sitting exams elsewhere. There are currently two rules where this is the case, firstly concerning entry and exit and secondly valid identification.

Entering and leaving

The doors to the exam halls are closed at the start of the exam. A second admission takes place 30 minutes after the start of the exam. If you arrive after the second intake, you will not be allowed to take the exam and will be referred to the next exam session.

You may leave the examination centre no earlier than 60 minutes after the start of the examination. For exams with a writing time of less than 60 minutes, you may leave the room at the end of the writing time.

Identification when sitting examinations

You must be able to prove your identity by presenting a valid physical (not digital) photo ID. If you do not have a valid photo ID, you will not be allowed to take the exam.

Valid types of photo ID:

  • Swedish passport
  • Swedish driving licence
  • Swedish national identity card
  • Swedish ID card for residents issued by the Swedish Tax Agency
  • national identity card issued by an EU/EEA/Schengen country
  • foreign passport.

Provisional passports and LU cards do not constitute a valid form of identification. If you are using a foreign identity document, you are advised to also present your LU card.

If your personal details in Ladok differ from those on your ID document, you must present what is referred to as an alias certificate. Contact your department if you have any questions about this.

Digital exams and loan computers

If you are sitting a digital exam, it is important to read up on the tool you are going to use. If you are going to write in Inspera, you need to do the demo exam to make sure you have the right programmes installed.

You can find more information about the various systems on the University’s digital study environments website:

Loan computer for Canvas, Inspera and Moodle

You can reserve a loan computer if you are taking a digital examination using one of the digital tools Canvas, Inspera or Moodle. Please note that this only applies to exams and tests in Annexet and at Sparta. 

The computer can be booked not later than 24 hours before the start of the session, to be collected in the venue at least 15 minutes before the start of the session. When you have finished the exam, leave your computer on your desk. Examination staff will then collect it.

Book a loan computer via TimeEdit (login with student account required)

Adapted invigilated exams

From the start of the 2024 autumn semester, those in receipt of a decision for learning support will have the opportunity to take adapted invigilated exams in Beta 6, provided that the regular exam is given in Annexet or Sparta.

As previously, requests are to be communicated to your administrator or lecturer who will then inform the Examination Office. You will receive email confirmation that your application has been received. Among other things, the confirmation will include information regarding what type of support you will receive. Be sure to check so that everything is correct.

The rules and regulations that apply to regular examinations also apply to adapted invigilated exams.

Address Beta 6: Scheelevägen 17 in Lund.

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Contact information

Examination Office
tentamensservice [at] bygg [dot] lu [dot] se