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Home exam and portfolio

You will receive exam questions and submit your answers in the examination platform WISEflow, unless otherwise stated in your StudentWeb.

Information about when exams are distributed and submission deadlines is also available in StudentWeb. In order for the answer to be sent for marking, it is very important that you deliver it before the submission deadline expires.

Guidelines for academic writing

How to deliver in WISEflow

Log in to WISEflow with your FEIDE user.

→ Where and how do I deliver my exam

Group exams

For group exams, one of the group members must invite the other group members, and the group members who are invited must then accept the invitation before you can submit the finished exam.

Submission of larger files

In WISEflow, you can upload a maximum of 5GB when submitting your home exam.

Recommended web browser

WISEflow recommends that you use one of the two latest versions of Chrome or Firefox as your web browser, but you can also use Safari, Edge and Opera.

How to deliver as a ZIP file

  1. Create a new folder and add all the files you want to submit.
    Windows: Right-click the folder you created, select “Send to” and then “Compressed (zipped) folder”.
    Mac: Right-click the folder you created, select “Compress [folder name]”.
  2. Go to WISEflow, select the exam you want to submit and select the ZIP file you just created.

    Have you forgotten your username and/or password?

    → Request a new password here

    Are you experiencing technical difficulties with your Mac or Windows computer?

    → Contact IT support here

    Submission of exam papers

    In some courses, you must submit a written exam paper in addition to, or instead of, a digital submission. You can find information submitting exam papers in Studentweb.

    You can pick up your exam paper after the deadline for complaints has passed and within six weeks after marks have been published. After the pick-up deadline has expired, exam papers will be shredded. You must pick up your exam paper in person, or by someone authorised by you. The exam papers are not returned by mail.

    School exams

    Students are responsible for familiarising themselves with what support materials are permitted. This is stated in the course description.Bringing illegal support materials into the examination room is prohibited. Students cannot borrow a fellow student’s support materials. Any use of illegal support materials will be considered as attempted cheating. The use of mobile phones, other communication tools or electronic media is never permitted. These must be turned off and placed in a bag, backpack, etc. Bags, purses etc. must be placed in a designated space.

    Most of the school exams at Kristiania University College are conducted in WISEflow. You will see if your school exam is to be completed digitally or on paper in Studentweb

    Students are responsible for bringing their own computer/Mac (should not be more than 5 years old), and a power cord to take the exam. If you do not have a computer/Mac, you must borrow one for the exam.

    Required preparations before digital school exams

    Windows/Mac: Download/check that FLOWlock works well in advance of coming to the exam. You can both download and verify that it works through one of the demo samples in WISEflow.

    Familiarise yourself with the various features before attending the exam:

    • Where to find the exam
    • How the drawing feature works
    • How the camera feature works for drawings/models you draw by hand
    • How to submit your finished exam

    If you have completed one of the demo tests with FLOWlock in WISEflow and everything works, you are ready to take the exam.

    System requirements for FLOWlock

    FLOWlock only works with Windows and Mac.

    → Further information on system requirements

    General information about digital school exams

    The password to start the exam will be issued on the exam day. You also need a password when submitting your exam. The examination proctor will write this in for you. You will receive both rough paper and papers on which to write your answers. When it comes to drawings and models, you must either use the drawing feature in WISEflow, or draw on paper, take a picture of it and add it to your exam. You can find both the drawing feature and the camera feature under “attachments” in the sample image.

    The student must meet up at the specified room at least 30 minutes before the exam starts. Equipment must be set up no later than 15 minutes before the exam starts.

    When the exam time runs out, it is no longer possible to make changes to your responses, and you will see a notification telling you to submit your exam. Submitted exams are archived.

    • Your candidate number, number of pages, date and subject name will be automatically included with your exam.
    • You can see both a clock and the remaining time in WISEflow.
    • Your responses are saved automatically.
    • During the exam, your Windows computer or Mac must be on at all times. If your machine is shut down or closed during the exam, you could be disconnected from WISEflow.
    • You cannot use a wireless mouse or wireless keyboard during digital school exams (they will not work).

    Recommended web browser

    WISEflow recommends the last two versions of Chrome or Firefox, but Safari, Edge and Opera can also be used. 

    Master's thesis

    The master’s thesis is to be completed by a group of up to two students, but you can apply to write it individually. A written application must be sent by e-mail to your administrative academic director. The application should be approved and finalised within the deadline for submission of Proposal 1.

    There will be separate information meetings on the master’s thesis. A more detailed description of master’s thesis requirements, content, learning goals and deadlines can be found in the course description. There are formal requirements for a final assignment (length, font size, font etc.). In addition, there is other important information that students must know about during a final assignment.

    In order for the title of the thesis to be visible on your diploma/transcripts, you must register the title in your StudentWeb yourself. It is very important to write the title correctly, otherwise the title on your diploma/transcripts will also contain errors. You must write the title of your thesis in English.

    When submitting your master’s thesis, you must include a submission and a declaration form. It is important to familiarise yourself well with this before submitting your master’s thesis.

    If you need a secure solution for data collection online, Nettskjema is now available for Kristiania's students, and can be used for e.g. surveys and registrations. Login with your Feide user.


    Will you be processing personal data in your project? If so, it is your responsibility to find out whether there is a notification requirement. Check Sikt's notification form for more information.

    If you have other questions about how this will affect your work, contact your lecturer or supervisor.

    If your master’s thesis is to be treated as confidential, you must check the box marked “confidential” on the submission and declaration form that you must submit along with your thesis. You must also mark the front page with CONFIDENTIAL in red.

    Compulsory activity

    See “Regulations related to admission, studies, degrees and examinations at Kristiania“,  section 3-9: Compulsory activity.

    Support materials for supervised examination

    See “Regulations related to admission, studies, degrees and examinations at Kristiania“, section 4-6.

    Inspection of support materials

    Support materials will be inspected during the examination.

    The course coordinator for the exam, administrators responsible for the exam and exam proctors have the authority to inspect your support materials in the examination room.

    If unauthorised use of support materials is discovered before, during or after the examination, this will be reported as suspicion of cheating.

    Support materials – explanation

    No support materials allowed
    Means that only writing equipment is allowed during the exam. Blue or black ballpoint pen, and tools for geometric constructions (ruler, compass, protractor etc.).

    All printed and self-written texts
    Means that you are permitted to have written material such as books, own notes, compendiums etc.

    Simple calculator
    A simple calculator is a calculator that handles simple calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and often percentage calculations. In other words, a pocket sized calculator without a storage function.

    Alphanumeric/financial calculator with empty memory
    An advanced calculator that can have numbers and letters, and perform complex mathematical functions. Must be pocket sized and cannot be connected to power or communicate with other devices.

    NOTE! The memory must be emptied before arriving at the examination room.

    Approved collection of legislation / Special editions of relevant laws
    For some courses, you may be permitted to bring the entire collection of legislation or special editions (selected laws). For collections of legislation and special editions, the following applies:

    1. You may refer to laws and paragraphs. E.g. in connection with Section 13-4 of the Norwegian Working Environment Act, you can refer to relevant paragraphs in other laws, e.g. cf. Section 4 of the Norwegian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Act.
    2. You may refer to Norwegian case law. You are only allowed to state the year and page numbers, e.g. Rt-2001-418. You are not allowed write “The Kårstø judgment”.
    3. You may highlight and emphasise words and phrases in multiple colours.
    4. Anything other than the above points is not permitted.

    Using other versions/editions of such texts than those stated in the course description is not permitted and will be considered as attempted cheating.

    The course description will specify which textbook you are allowed to bring to the exam.

    The course description will specify the permitted language of the dictionary. There must not be any notes in the dictionary you bring to the exam.

    Bilingual dictionary
    – Example: Norwegian – English dictionary
    Monolingual dictionary
    – Example: English – English dictionary

    Collection of formulas
    A self-written or printed collection of relevant formulas (fixed expressions in a formal symbolic language) and tables for the exam.

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