Read the following instructions and regulations carefully before the exams. Any candidate who infringes any of the following regulations or is found attempting to cheat in any way whatsoever may be excluded from the exam and is liable to forfeit the entire exam session. If you have doubts or questions about anything, check with the exam supervisor before your exam preparation starts.
1. The oral exam comprises two parts:
2. Exam preparation takes place in the English seminar room: Anthropole, level 5, 5157
3. Be present in the English coeur de section (the windowed area adjacent to rooms 5157 and 5136) at least 5 minutes before your exam is due to start. The time given on the exam timetable is the time you begin your preparation.
4. Wait to be called into the preparation room by the supervisor.
5. You may take only the following into the preparation room:
6. Mobile phones and laptops are forbidden; they should be turned off and put away. To keep track of the time, use a watch
7. Kindly respect your fellow candidates by making as little noise as possible during your preparation
Oral exams on literature (English, American and Medieval)
Oral exams on English linguistics
1. Be present outside the exam room at least 15 minutes before your exam is due to start. Sit in the place indicated by the exam supervisors.
2. You are asked to write your numero d'immatriculation on the cover sheet of your exam, so bring your student card with you. As you may be required to prove your identity, leave it - or another photo ID - visibly on your table.
3. You are not allowed to have anything with you during the exam except:
4. Bags and any objects other those mentioned above must be left at the front of the examination room before the exam begins.
5. Mobile phones and computers are forbidden. To keep track of the time use a watch.
6. You are not allowed to leave the examination room except at stipulated changeover times or as permitted by the supervisor. (This includes going to the toilet: so go before the exam starts.)
7. Do not bring any paper into the exam room. All the paper needed will be supplied. All your work, including rough notes, sketches, doodles etc., must be on official exam paper only. All the paper you have used must be handed in at the end of the exam along with any unused sheets that may be left.
8. Write your name and the date on every sheet of paper that you use.
9. Respect your fellow candidates by making as little noise as possible during the exam.
Written exams on literature (English, American and Medieval)
Be advised that your texts may be checked for conformity by the exam supervisors at any time.
Written exams on English linguistics