Distancing Rules Eased for Exams

June 10th, 2020 | by

The distancing rules for examinations have now been eased so that we no longer have to keep the 1.50m distance to the hallway. The lecture halls for the use of exams have now been marked according to this new rule. This increases the capacity to about one eighth of the usual seating capacity. “We are also in negotiations with the Studierendenwerk about using the dining halls for examinations,” explains Vice-Rector for Teaching Professor Aloys Krieg. “Under these circumstances, we are striving to stick to the existing exam plans for larger and medium-sized exams (we currently expect about 150 participants) as far as possible, only adjusting room capacities and times. Smaller exams, on the other hand, may be postponed by several days.”

Unfortunately, under the new rules, the ZuseLab still has less than half the usual exam capacity at present. “So we will have to make significant changes to the exam planning in the ZuseLab, because no other alternatives are available. We will publish the new plans as soon as the planning and coordination is complete,” declares the Vice-Rector.

The guidelines have been updated accordingly.

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