Notice Of Tests And Exams In Education And Study Preparatory Youth And Adult Education (Exam Notice)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om prøver og eksamen i de almene og studieforberedende ungdoms- og voksenuddannelser (Eksamensbekendtgørelsen)

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 purpose and scope

Chapter 2 Organisation and planning

Chapter 3 access to try

Chapter 4 Test Forms

Chapter 5 Test organization

Chapter 6 the examiners

Chapter 7 Rating

Chapter 8 Evidence

Chapter 9 errors and shortcomings of samples

Chapter 10 Complaint

Chapter 11 Other rules

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions Chapter 12 The full text of the ordonnance on tests and exams in education and study preparatory youth and adult education (Exam notice)

Pursuant to § 4 paragraph 5, nr. 3, article 14, paragraph 4, section 18 (6) and section 19, paragraph 5, of the Act on preparatory adult education and learning for dyslexic adults, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 16 by 7. January 2005, as amended by Act No. 592 of 24. June 2005, article 25 of law No. 311 of 30. April 2008 for general adult education and the recognition of real competence in relation to subjects in general adult education, in training and in training for hf-baccalaureate (avu-Act), section 29 and section 39, paragraph 2, of the law on education to the matriculation examination (stx) (gymnasieloven), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 791 of 24. July 2008, section 27 and section 37, paragraph 2, of the law on education to the higher commercial examination (hhx) and the higher technical examination (htx), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 871 of 27. August 2008, § 25, § 35, paragraph 2, of the law on education to the higher preparatory examination (hf-law), see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 445 of 8. in May 2007, and § 1 of lov nr. 247 of 6. April 2001 on the Organization of Danish tests and exams abroad shall be determined:

Chapter 1

Purpose and scope

§ 1. The purpose of tests and exams, which are regulated in the Decree, is to document the extent to which the examinee meets the goals and requirements for the profession and education.

(2). The notice regards tests and exams, as according to the rules of the individual training, etc. be documented by try-or diploma.

(3). It follows from the rules on preparatory adult education, general adult education and the secondary education, which samples are included in the training. As regards the secondary education please refer also to sections 40-44.

Chapter 2

Organisation and planning

§ 2. The samples have to be organised in order to demonstrate the degree of achievement of the objective in relation to essential goals and requirements.

(2). It lays down the rules for the individual training, when the Ministry of education makes the tasks. Tasks to other samples provided by the institution.

§ 3. The Ministry may lay down deadlines for the holding of tests and exams.

(2). The Ministry shall determine the dates and times of the holding of samples with key assignments as well as the time frame for the holding of other tests.

§ 4. The head of the institution of abstinent or secondary test Department at an adult education center, see. law on institutions of general secondary education and general adult education etc., is answerable to the Ministry of education for the holding of examinations and examination by the institution.

§ 5. The Ministry of education shall determine the modalities of practical and procedural characteristics of the sample holding.

§ 6. It is the responsibility of the institution to make the exam takers must familiar with the goals and requirements that are essential for the samples.

(2). The institution must ensure that examinees in good time shall be informed of the following practical and procedural matters:





1) Test and exam period and sampling time.

2) number of specimens, including parts and extracts of prøvefag.

3) Any deadlines for enrollment.

4) conditions of participation in the sample, see. § 7, including rules on the handing over of tasks and projects, etc.., which is a prerequisite for participation in a trial.





(3). The institution must furthermore ensure that examinees and other involved with the tests in due time will be familiar with the rules concerning:





1) Consequences of disease or no-shows by other reasons not to blame, see. § 9.

2) the use of assistive devices, see. § 15.

3) When a trial is begun, see. § 16.

4) Consequences of being late or stay away, see. § 17.

5) special test conditions, see. § 19.

6) Consequences of obtaining or providing improper help, see. § 20.

7) Complaint procedure and the time limits referred to in article 6. Cape. 10.





(4). The institution may lay down further guidelines, including guidelines on the consequences of disruptive behavior and on the identification of the examinee.

(5). In paragraphs 2-4 referred to rules and guidelines must be available on the institution's website.

Chapter 3

Access to try

§ 7. A pupil or student can audition in one profession, when the pupil or student has followed the teaching of the subject in that particular school or kursusår or in the relevant training courses, unless otherwise provided by the rules of the individual courses.

(2). A pupil or student, who in the 2-and 3-year-old secondary education follow, or will follow a subjects at a higher level, can not carry out the test in the subject on the lower level. A student in the 2-year-old hf must, however, submit a sample of each of the two trade groups, the Faculty of theology, and culture and society faculty group, even if the student has selected one or more courses from the Faculty group at the higher level as an elective.

(3). The institution determines whether the student or the student has fulfilled the conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 of the basic regulation. § 6 (2). 4. the detailed rules on access and registration for the test and exam, please refer to the rules for the individual courses.

§ 8. Individuals who have not followed the teaching at an institution can audition as an independent student according to the rules laid down to that effect for the individual courses, including rules governing the compliance examination base and for payment. Registration must be done by an institution, which already holds sample in the concerned subjects and level. The institution can refer the students to audition in another institution.

(2). The institution may establish a time limit for registration, there is no earlier than 8 weeks before the test organization, see. However, paragraph 3.

(3). Even students who wish to audition in the preparatory adult education, must register no later than 2 weeks before the test normally arise.

§ 9. An examinee who has been prevented from carrying out a test due to proven disease or other involuntary reason, must be given the opportunity to take the test as soon as possible.

(2). The institution may decide that the medical test conducted by an extension of the already established deadlines for project tasks and other tasks that require delivery deadlines.

§ 10. Pupils and students who follow the 2-and 3-year secondary education, cannot participate in a previously reported test of new regulation. However, paragraph 2, article 20, paragraph 4, and section 45.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to pupils and students who complete a school year on new (omgængere).

Chapter 4

Sample forms

§ 11. Test methods should take account of the overall training purposes, and must also ensure that there can be an individual assessment of the examinees.

(2). The samples are arranged as individual samples, unless otherwise provided by the Ministry of education.

§ 12. In the definition of the test form includes the following elements:





1) Sample basis:





(a) the specimen).

b) Possible involvement of other material.





2) Sample sequences:





(a)) time frame.

(b) Any drawing lots, see.) (4).

c) any preparation.

d) examination.





3) Responder Lifetime notify form:





(a)) in writing.

b) oral.

c) Handy.

d) Combinations of points (a). (a) to (c).









(2). The sample can be electronically based, as far as the basis, pathway and answer or elements thereof.

(3). Each sample can be single disciplinary or multi-disciplinary.

(4). Tasks for samples with oral answer will be distributed by drawing lots among the examinees ', unless otherwise provided by the rules of the individual samples. Each examinee must be able to choose between at least 4 options. When tasks are not known by the examinees ' prior to the test organization, the examiner as well as either the censor, the institution's head, or a person designated by him, be present at the draw.

Chapter 5

Try holding

§ 13. With the oral and practical examinations reply is without prejudice to public. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The institution may derogate from the provisions of paragraph 1, where special circumstances, or where the interests of the examinee speaks for it. In addition, the institution restricting access to try the premises of space reasons.

(3). When an examinee shall an individual oral examination on the basis of a group-made product, the other members of the group must not be present in the Chamber, before they even have been examined.


(4). The institution can make audio or video recordings of an oral examination, if the footage is included as part of the test cycle. However, the examinee after orientation of examiner and examiner make audio recording of his own oral test.

(5). During their deliberations by the oral and practical tests may only examiner and Examiner (s) must be present. However, the institution may decide that the non-experienced examiners may attend an assessment.

§ 14. The institution shall ensure that the tests are carried out in conditions that are fit to rule out the possibility that the examinee communicates unintentionally.

(2). The institution must ensure that the examinee has adequate working conditions by the samples.

§ 15. During the tests is the use of assistive devices, including electronic, allowed, unless the rules of the individual courses are provided for limitations, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The institution may provide for restriction of access to the use of electronic devices, by capacity reasons.

§ 16. A trial has begun, when the distribution of tasks is started, or when the examinee has been made aware of the test question, the task, the task title, preparatory material or similar.

(2). The test is executed within the time frame laid down in the curriculum. Preparation time is contained in a possible time for the extradition of task and material. In the examination time by a test with the oral reply contained time for assessment and character setting.

§ 17. An examinee who fails to appear or is late for a test, does not have the right to submit a sample.

(2). If it is deemed possible that an examinee who is late for a written test, may have received any information about the task, and if the institution determines that the delay is reasonably justified and of shorter duration, the examinee can be allowed to participate in the test. The probationary period is extended not. The institution may in exceptional cases decide that the trial period should be extended.

(3). If the institution is of the opinion that the absence or delay is reasonably justified, the examinee can get offer to audition at a later time.

§ 18. The samples are presented in Danish, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3. The samples may be sat in Swedish or Norwegian instead of Danish, except where the purpose of the test is to provide evidence of the testees ' skills in Danish.

(2). Teaching in a profession has been carried out in a foreign language, must undergo a test in that language. The institution may derogate from this rule.

(3). It can, when exceptional circumstances justify, agreement between an institution and an examinee to a test, usually carried out on Danish, carried out in another language. It is a prerequisite that the institution has ensured that the prescribed assessment can take place, including the examinee, examiner and examiner proficient in that language to the extent necessary.

§ 19. The institution shall decide on the offer of special test conditions for examinees with mental or physical impairments or with other similar specific difficulties, when this is necessary to equate these examinees with others in the test situation. It is a prerequisite that the offer is no change of the test level.

§ 20. An examinee who obtains it during a test or gives another examinee improper help to reply to a task or using unauthorized AIDS, expelled by the institution from the test in question.

(2). If during or after a trial occurs presumption that an examinee has unduly obtained or provided help, see. (1) has released someone else's work for his own or have used their own previously rated work without reference thereto, reported this to the institution. The presumption will be confirmed, and this action has been, or could have an impact on the assessment, the institution must expel the examinee from the test in question.

(3). An examinee, who during the trial process violates exam rules, see. Article 6, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the institution is expelled from the sample.

(4). Expulsion from a test in accordance with paragraph 1-3 imply that any characters lapse. The examinee may then audition again. Such a trial is held, in the case of samples in an upper secondary school education, in the subsequent term december-January or may-June.

(5). An examinee must know the handing over of a written reply with his signature to confirm that the task is done without undue help, see. paragraphs 1 and 2.

Samples abroad

§ 21. At the preparatory adult education, by general adult education and by the secondary education institution, exceptionally, can conduct examinations on a Danish representation abroad, when the examinee and representation is consent, and when it is justified by the fact that the examinee for practical or economic reasons, cannot participate in the institution's samples in Denmark. Organisation of Danish samples abroad must also take place in accordance with the rules for the individual courses.

(2). The Ministry of education may approve that the institution holds samples abroad elsewhere than on representations, if this can be done on the same terms as in Denmark, and the examinee agrees.

(3). The institution may decide that a trial can be held as a video conference. The institution appoints or approves a supervisor, who should be with the examinee throughout the test. Examiner and examiner may reside elsewhere, but must examine and give the characters according to the rules of the individual educational Ordinance.

§ 22. The institution holds the Special costs associated with test organisation abroad.

(2). Notice on payment for service operations in the foreign service shall be applied in the holding of samples on Danish representations abroad.

(3). The institution may extend the examinee or his/her parents or guardian fully or partially pay the specific expenditure which the institution has held in conjunction with the test organization. It is a condition that the examinee or his/her parents in advance in writing (e) has declared itself willing to pay those costs on the basis of the institution's estimate of the amount of the expected size announced.

(4). The institution can make sample holding of that amount must be paid in advance.

Chapter 6

The evaluators

§ 23. In the assessment of eksaminandernes performance is helping censors, unless otherwise provided by the rules of the individual samples.

§ 24. Examiners are appointed by the Ministry of education, see. However, paragraph 2, on the recommendation of the institutions. The Ministry may appoint other censors than those of institutions ceased.

(2). By general adult education will appoint the Ministry alone censors to written tests. The Ministry may appoint examiners for other samples.

§ 25. Censors imposed tasks by the Ministry, see examiner However, paragraph 2.

(2). By the oral tests in general adult education imposed censor tasks of the second examiner in an institution. The Ministry will appoint censors for these samples, instructs the Ministry of them censor tasks.

section 26. The institution is responsible for ensuring that the censors, which are set by the institution, are qualified to conduct a course forward for the test in question. The institution strives that the nominee censors have completed a full training course, leading to the test in question, and that they have examined in the subject.

§ 27. The censors shall not be employed at the institution where they are to act as censors. When the institution distributes cen sor ar bej it, it must be sought that not present individual repeated and mutual censorship within a total period of 2 years.

(2). For examiner applies the provisions of the administrative procedure code on conflict of interest and confidentiality.

section 28. Get an officially appointed external examiner suddenly decline, or similar emergency occurs by oral and practical tests, the institution shall appoint another examiner, which comply with the requirements of §§ 25 and 26.

section 29. Examiner should





1) ensure that the tests are in accordance with the objectives and other requirements in the rules on those subjects,

2) contribute to and ensure that the tests are carried out in accordance with the applicable rules and

3) contribute to and ensure that examinees are given a uniform and fair treatment, and that their performance get a reliable appraisal, that is in accordance with the rules of scoring and other rules for the training.





(2). Examiner can ask in-depth questions to the examinee.

(3). Examiner and examiner must make notes on rendering and character setting for personal use when preparing an opinion of a potential appeal. The notes to be stored for 1 year.

(4). Notes censor that requirements referred to in paragraph 1 are not fulfilled, or provides the progress of the test examiner an opportunity to assume that there have been shortcomings in the previous teaching or tutoring, the censor reporting thereof to the institution.

(5). When the examiner is appointed by the Ministry, the institution will forward the alert to the Ministry with his remarks.

(6). In addition, at the request of the Ministry shall deliver the external examiners ' report on organisation and test-test and exam results.


section 30. The teacher or one of the teachers of the basic regulation. paragraph 3, which are responsible for the individual pupil's or student's teaching, is an examiner at the samples, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). In very specific cases, including the teacher's decay due to illness, the institution may appoint another examiner.

(3). By multidisciplinary tests used more than one examiner, when several teachers have been responsible for the teaching of the subjects, and it is necessary to obtain the relevant professional qualifications are represented by the examination.

section 31. Examiner participates in assessment together with examiner, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). In the secondary education and upper secondary supplementary courses, see. However, paragraph 3, shall be carried out by the evaluation tests with written reply and key assignments with written answer alone by two censors.

(3). By secondary supplementary courses (GSK), which ends with the trial in august-the compliance time, and at the preparatory adult education carried out the assessment of samples with written answer alone by one examiner.

Chapter 7

Rating

section 32. The basis for the assessment is the testees ' individual performance, including individual parts of a group made to order product, unless otherwise specified by the Ministry of education.

(2). Evaluation is done according to the rules laid down in the notice on the grading scale and the other judgement.

section 33. When evaluating a sample is available, the assessment shall be notified immediately the examinee.

Chapter 8

Evidence

Diploma, certificate and certificate of participation

§ 34. The institution issuing the test and diplomas. The Ministry can issue proof tests and exam, which is held by institutions under Probation.

(2). The Ministry of education sets the format of the test and diplomas that can be seen on the Ministry's website. At the completion of diplomas must use paper with Ministry of education logo in watermark. After the testees ' request, the certificate also must be drawn up in English which authenticated copy.

section 35. When there is carried out at several samples on the same step/level in a subject and thus provided several characters, shall indicate the maximum achieved character on the proof.

(2). The diploma shall include details of any merit-borne tests. The possible rating is indicated as Passed, Approved or a character after notice of a grading scale and the other judgement. The certificate shall also include information on any merit without character application.

(3). The certificate must not contain information on specific test conditions, see. § 19.

§ 36. There may be issued only one original certificate for a test or exam, see. However, paragraph 2, and section 53 (4). The institution shall provide, on request, copies of sample or diploma, if the original certificate is lost.

(2). The institution may issue a new original proof, if proof be withdrawn and destroyed the first issued.

section 37. Pupils and students in the 2-and 3-year secondary education, leaving education without having completed this, have the right to test evidence for the cast-off samples respectively, certificate of participation for the completed subjects that are not drawn to try.

(2). In education, where final position character, must also be indicated in characters achieved the evidence referred to in paragraph 1.

section 38. The institution shall retain the information necessary to issue certificates in 30 years after the end of the test or exam.

(2). An institution ceases to exist or for any other reason is unable to store the documents in accordance with paragraph 1, the institution must ensure other reassuring storage after the applicable rules.

§ 39. Characters and possibly exam averages for the individual examinee are reported to the Ministry after the Ministry's determination.

The secondary education

§ 40. Characters included with different weight in the exam result:





a) subjects at A-level are assigned the weight 2

(b)) Subjects at B-level be assigned weight 1.5

c) subjects at C-level be assigned weight 1

d) Study the guidelines project in stx, hhx and htx, as well as in pro ject up ga friend in hf-training organised as single subjects are assigned the weight 2

e) General study preparation in stx/study area in the hhx and htx is assigned the weight 2

f) The major written assignment on hf assigned weight 1.5

g) Exam project at hf assigned weight 1.5

h) The science of theology on hf assigned weight 1.5

I) cultural and educational faculty Group on hf assigned weight 2.





(2). For subjects, ending with more than one character, the emphasis is shared equally between the characters.

§ 41. On the diploma be entered ' Preliminary exam result ' as well as ' Exam results '. To a pupil or student can pass an olds, beståkravet of the ordonnance on grading scale and the other judgement be met for "Preliminary exam result". In education, where final position characters included the characters in "Preliminary exam result".

(2). » Preliminary exam result ' is calculated as the weighted average of the characters who appear on the diploma, including final position characters (årskarakterer).

§ 42. For a pupil or student, there in a coherent upper secondary education according to the hf-notice, stx, hhx-notice and notice-htx notice has taken extra subjects at A-level, see. (2) calculate» Exam result ' as ' Preliminary exam result ' multiplied by 1.03 for implementation of one extra subjects at A-level and with 1.06 for implementation of 2 or more additional subjects at A-level. For other pupils and students ' Exam results ' is identical to ' Preliminary exam result '.

(2). For pupils and students means one extra subjects at A-level, to the person concerned in the following training overall are:





a) hf-2 A-levels

b) stx-5 A-levels

hhx-5 A-c) levels

d) htx-4 A-levels.





section 43. In subjects that end with a written and oral examination in the noncontiguous education for baccalaureate (stx), to the higher commercial examination (hhx) and the higher technical examination (htx), must undergo at least one sample.

(2). Conducting always try





(a)) in general study preparation in stx

(b)) in the teknikfag and in the study area part 2 in htx

(c)) for at least one of the samples in the business case and the international area in secondary education.





§ 44. In the 2-year-old hf must undergo trial in all the subjects that are part of each student's education apart from the sport at the C-level.

Chapter 9

Errors and omissions by samples

§ 45. Will be the institution in connection with a sample point out errors and deficiencies can be remedied, it shall take the institution's leader, possibly after discussion with evaluators or task authors, a decision on how the repair must be done.

(2). By significant errors and deficiencies offers institution, reassessment or retaken. without prejudice to article. However, paragraph 4. If a test suffers from the same lack of multiple examinees, reassessment is made for and offered to all examinees for whom retaken the test suffers from the same shortcoming.

(3). By deficiencies of the particularly serious nature of the Ministry can decide on that already incurred samples will be cancelled.

(4). Are the tasks by the test proposed by the Ministry of education, the institution must include the Ministry, who then takes care of those referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 functions.

§ 46. Reassessment or catch-up session may not result in a lower rating, unless omprøven is due to the cancellation of the original sample, see. section 45, paragraph 3.

(2). The Ministry can decide to try-or diploma be withheld until the matter is settled.

Chapter 10

Complaint

Complain about trying

§ 47. Complain about examination base, rehearsal and rating submitted by the examinee to the institution. The complaint must be in writing and reasoned. If the examinee is subject to parental authority, the complaint also must be submitted by the custodial parent.

(2). Complaint shall be submitted within 2 weeks after the assessment of the test is announced in the usual way.

(3). For purposes of the appeal must be given the examinee copy of the task and by tests with written reply also copy of own task response.

section 48. Complaint shall be submitted individually and must carefully specify the facts which, in the complainant's opinion, justify a forthcoming decision. The complaint may relate to





1) examination base, including sample questions, tasks and the like, as well as its relationship to the training objectives and requirements

2) rehearsal or

3) rating.





(2). The institution submit complaints about examination basis, see. (1). 1, to the Ministry of education, if the task by the test proposed by the Ministry.

§ 49. The institution shall decide whether the appeal should be dismissed as manifestly unfounded or promoted. The rejection of the complaint must be in writing and reasoned. The case must be promoted, it shall submit to the institution immediately appeal for examiner and Examiner (s) with a request for a technical opinion within a specified period of usually 2 weeks.


(2). The institution shall submit the statements to the complainant, who is given the opportunity to submit any comments within a period of typically 1 week.

§ 50. The institution's decision must be in writing and reasoned, can go out on





1) new rating (reassessment)

2) bid for new trial (catch-up session) or

3) that the complainant not dismissed in the complaint.





(2). It shall be notified as soon as possible, the complainant and any other concerned examinees, see. section 45, paragraph 2. The institution will inform the examiner and examiner of the decision.

§ 51. The institution may only decide on the reassessment or offers of catch-up session, when special circumstances giving rise to justifiable doubt as to the assessment, including significant procedural shortcomings.

§ 52. The institution's decision pursuant to section 49, paragraph 1, and section 50, paragraph 1, may be brought before the Ministry of education. As regards the preparatory adult education and general adult education can only be brought before the law. The complaint shall be submitted through the institution, which shall deliver its opinion in relation to the merits of the forwarding to the Ministry.

(2). The deadline for submission of the decisions referred to in paragraph 1 is 2 weeks after the complainant has been informed of the decision.

(3). The complainant shall, within a period of usually 1 week have the opportunity to comment on the institution's opinion.

(4). The Ministry shall decide on the offer of reassessment, offers of catch-up session or that the complainant not dismissed.

§ 53. The institution shall appoint new appraisers for ombedømmelsen or omprøven. The number of assessors must be the same as on the sample that has been lodged against this. If the Ministry has appointed external examiner at the original trial, shall inform the institution of the Ministry of its decision of the appeal, and the Ministry shall appoint a new examiner.

(2). Retaken or reassessment referred to in paragraph 1 shall take place as soon as possible.

(3). Reassessment may not result in a lower rating.

(4). When complaints in a 2-or 3-year secondary education accepts the offer of new trial after trial or diploma is issued, should the institution include the proof. The institution may, on request, issue a temporary certificate. When the final judgement in the absence of the institution shall issue a new certificate, if the complaint results in an altered character, and the conditions for issuing the certificate are fulfilled.

Complain about other conditions

§ 54. The institution's decisions on other matters affecting the test reporting, including decisions about access and registration for the test, see. section 7, paragraph 3, of the decisions of exclusion from the test, including at the 2-and 3-year-old secondary education expulsion from the institution, as a result of a no-show from the sample, see. section 17, paragraph 1, decisions regarding the specific test conditions, see. § 19 and decisions on expulsion from the sample, see. Article 20, paragraphs 1-3, must follow the Management Act.

(2). Appeal against a decision taken pursuant to paragraph 1, of the student or custodial parent if the student is subject to parental authority, within two weeks from the notification of the decision shall be submitted to the Ministry of education.

(3). The complaint shall be submitted in writing to the institution's leader, who will forward the complaint to the Ministry together with its own opinion on the matter. Before the case is forwarded to the school's leader, give the complainant the opportunity to within 1 week period to comment on the opinion. The complainant's comments must be sent to the Ministry.

(4). Appeal against decisions in accordance with paragraph 1 do not have suspensive effect, unless the institution's leader, respectively, the Ministry of special cases, so decides.

(5). Complaints against the decisions referred to in paragraph 1 may, as regards the preparatory adult education and general adult education, only relate to legal questions.

Chapter 11

Other rules

§ 55. The examinee has the copyright to the products obtained as a result of a trial, in accordance with the rules on copyright, see. However, paragraph 3.

(2). The examinee has also to ownership of these products against the payment of any costs of materials, which are used in the sample, see. However, paragraph 3. If the examinee does not do property rights applicable within 2 months after the result of the assessment is announced, passes ownership of the institution. The institution must try holding have done the examinee aware of this.

(3). Involve rehearsal parties outside the institution, agreed the prior between the institution, the examinee and the third party, the extent to which the respect of applicable copyright rules is entitled to apply the results obtained as part of the trial process, including any information relating to the third party's conditions that occur in the task solutions, may be published.

section 56. The Ministry of education may dispense with notice, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.

(2). The Ministry of education may waive the notice rules be waived as part of experimental and development work.

Chapter 12

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 57. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. September 2009, and have effect for exam periods that commence after this date.

(2). Executive Order No. 754 of 25. June 2007 on the tests and exams in education and study preparatory youth and adult education are hereby repealed.
The Ministry of education, the 9. July 2009 Earl Damgaard Education Director/Kirsten Krogstrup