The foundation of all examinations is the course syllabus, which specifies the content, learning objectives and examination forms for the course.
The course syllabus forms the basis for planning the examination’s structure and implementation. Before designing an examination, the following should be considered:
What ability and knowledge are measured with this question?
Does the question contain a clear and delimited task for the examinee to perform?
Is the question asked in such a way that it is clear to the examinee what is expected?
Is the exercise reasonable in relation to the knowledge objectives and the allotted time?
This section contains guidance for those planning a remote examination, based on which knowledge is intended to be examined.