Aids at open book exams

Please note that the student is not allowed to communicate with others during the exam. For a written sit-in exam which according to the course description is an open book exam: all written and electronic aids, including internet access the following applies: The student is allowed to bring: Simple writing and drawing utensils as well as all written and electronic aids, which means:
  • own laptop/tablet as a reference book (NB: there are no electric outlets available)
  • USB key for uploading before the exam starts: notes, books and compendiums in a non-executable format (no applications, application fragments, IT tools etc.)
  • any calculator
  • books (including translation dictionaries), compendiums and notes.
The student will have access to (on CBS' PC):
  • The basic IT application package and the advanced IT application package (the content of the packages is stated below)
  • Internet access
  • Access to e-Library
  • Access to CBS Canvas
  • Access  to personal drive (S-drive) on CBS’ network.
Content of the basic IT application package and the advanced IT application package:
  • Microsoft Office (including Excel)
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft PowerPoint
    • Microsoft OneNote
    • Microsoft Access
    • Microsoft Publisher
  • Digital pen and paper
  • 7-zip file manager
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Texlive
  • VLC player
  • Windows Media Player
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Windows Calculator
  • Datastream
  • SPSS
  • JMP Pro
  • R
  • R studio
  • SAS
  • Mathematica
  • Python 3.6.5 / Anaconda 5.2.0
  • Gyldendals Røde ordbøger (dictionaries from Gyldendal): (dansk/engelsk – engelsk/dansk, dansk/fransk – fransk/dansk, Dansk/Italiensk – Italiensk/dansk, dansk/norsk – norsk/dansk, dansk/spansk – spansk/dansk, dansk/svensk – svensk/dansk, dansk/tysk – tysk/dansk).

Last updated by: Administrator User 30/08/2019