This course is replaced by ENG4301 – Literary Theory in English.

Examination: Time and place

For some courses, the time and place for exams has not yet been decided. Information about these exams will be published as soon as it is available.

Closing date

18 May

Examination system

Home examination

4 March at 09:00 to 7 March at 14:00

The assignment will be published in the Fronter "fellesrom" at 09.00 a.m. on the day the exam starts.

*Formal requirements*: Please use Times New Roman, 12 pt., 1.5 line spacing. In the header you write your candidate number (which you find on StudentWeb), course code and semester. All pages must be numbered.

The first page of your paper should contain your candidate number, course code and course name, semester, year and the title of your paper (NOT your name).

*Submission procedures*: Your paper must be submitted in the folder "Eksamensinnlevering" (to be found in the Fronter fellesrom) by 14.00 (2 p.m.) on the submission day, when the folder will automatically close. If you have technical problems, please contact the exam coordinator immediately.

When you open the folder, you will first be asked to confirm that you have not plagiarized any sources or cheated in any other way. Then you proceed to upload your paper.

Practical information about time and place

The places of your examinations/assessments will be published at least one week before the examination takes place. Some courses require that you log on to the StudentWeb for information about the time and place of your examination(s). In the event of information about the place of your exam being given by other means than the StudentWeb, you will be notified. See map of UiO to find your exam location

For most examinations you must report to the examination room 15 minutes before the examination is due to start. Remember to bring some form of valid identification bearing a photograph (for example, a University of Oslo student card, a bank card, passport etc)!

Examination results

You will find your examination results by logging on to StudentWeb.

For more information on the examinations and assessment relating to this course, check the course description.