Assessor

FAQ

How to log on as an internal assessor

You can log on to the system at eksamen.au.dk  

NB: the Digital Exam platform functions in the following browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Microsoft Edge.

As an internal assessor you can log on using WAYF. You must use your existing user-ID (AU ID) and your password from AU’s self-service portal mit.au.dk. You can also use the self-service portal to get information on your user-ID and change your password in case you forgot it.  

If your account is not set up for two-step authentication, you can find a guide on how to do so here.
 

How to log on as an external assessor (censor)

You can log on to the system at eksamen.au.dk  
NB: the Digital Exam platform functions in the following browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Microsoft Edge.  

Log on as a censor if you have a NemID/ MitID 
As a censor with NemID/ MitID (i.e., typically if you have a Danish CPR-number) you can only log on using NemID/ MitID. 

  1. Open a browser and go to eksamen.au.dk 
  2. Choose Assessor > Login using Nem ID: Co-examiner  
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen  

Log on as a foreign censor

As a foreign censor, i.e., if you do not have a Danish CPR-number and therefore do not possess a NemID/ MitID, you can log on using WAYF
You will need your phone, your email-address, your user-ID (AU ID) and your password. 

Please follow these three steps:

A. Create a password 
In order to log on to the Digital Exam platform the first time, you must create a password. In case you forget your password later, you can always create a new one.  
Both of the above can be done using this guide, by unfolding “Forgotten or expired password?” and choosing “If you still have access to your AU email or if you have a private email linked to your AU ID”.  

B. Set up two-step authentication for WAYF 
If your account is not set up for two-step authentication, you can find a guide on how to do so here.
 
C. Log on to the Digital Exam platform  

  1. Open a browser and go to eksamen.au.dk 
  2. Choose Assessor > Login using WAYF: Co-examiner  
  3. Follow the instructions on the screen 

Should you encounter any problems when creating a password, setting up the two-step authentication or logging on to the digital exam platform, please contact the IT support for the faculty your exam belongs to.

Will I receive a hard copy of the students’ exam papers?

This is decided by the faculty you are affiliated with. Contact the exam administrator for the exam you are assigned to assess for more information.

How do I assign a mark to a written exam followed by an oral defence?

The marks is to be assigned after the oral defence.

I have downloaded all the students papers, but my computer cannot open them.

All downloaded files of more than 2gb are in a format called 7-zip. You can download the program 7-zip for Windows at the top of the page here and an unofficial program for MAC at the bottom of the page here.

Administrative support

If you have any questions about the exam, for example about the exam assignment or the students’ papers, you should contact the  studies secretary responsible for the exam.

You will find contact information for the relevant exam supervisor under the exam in question in the Digital Exam system. This information is also included in the mail you received regarding the digital exam.

Technical support

If you have any questions, for example in relation to login or functionality, contact the Study Systems Support.

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