Because of Covid-19

During 18 March - 31 July 2020 no exams take place on campus. You can find information about how courses are examined on their respective course pages. Please note that you still have to sign up for the exam in Ladok a week in advance at the latest.

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General information about written exams

All written exams are anonymous. Each student will receive a personal code at the time of the exam – when the exams are graded, only the code is visible to the teacher.

Before examination

  • You must be registered on the course in order to be allowed to participate in the exam. If you sit an exam without proper course registration, your exam will not be graded.
  • If you wish to take an exam you have to sign up online via Ladok no later than 7 calendar days prior to the exam date. Starting from the spring semester of 2020, you cannot take the exam without having signed up!
    • Example: if the exam takes place Thursday March 14, you have to sign up no later than Thursday March 7 23:59.
  • You can also unregister via Ladok should it turn out that you cannot attend the exam after all.
  • Courses at KTH: If you are following a course at KTH given by Stockholm University, see Exams at KTH for information on how to sign up.
  • Should you need special support, contact our student counsellor.
  • Information about permitted tools can be found on the course homepage.
  • Taking exams elsewhere.

During examination

  • If nothing else is stated, all exams are given between 9:00-14:00 in house 5, Kräftriket. Exact class room will be announced on the day of the exam in the entrance hall of house 5.
  • You have to be able to show valid ID at the time of the exam. If you are unable to show a valid ID you will not be allowed to take the exam.
  • The doors to the exam hall open at about 08:45 and close at 09:00. Students arriving late are admitted into the room at 09:30. After 09:30 there is no admittance.
    • Starting from the spring semester of 2020, it is no longer possible to take the exam if you have not signed up for it! This applies to exams belonging to course instances beginning in 2020, not to exams or re-exams in January or February that actually belong to the autumn semester of 2019.

After examination

  • Information about exam return date is generally stated on the question sheet. If you have questions, contact the examiner.
  • After the return date, your exam can be retrieved from the student affairs office.
  • Your grade will show up in My studies in three weeks (it can take longer time for the results to be transferred to

Exam schedule

Information about planned written examinations can be found here:

Exams for the course MM1003 Introductory Course in Mathematics are not listed on the regular exam schedule – see the home page of the introductory course instead.

If you are interested in taking the exam for higher course in mathematics that is not given in the current academic year, contact Yishao Zhou on

Old exams