Before the exam you must create your Dugga account. You will do this by clicking on the link that will be sent to you by email. During the exam session you log in to your Dugga account and you will receive further information to access the exam. User details and exams are written anonymously.
No, it is not a requirement, but we recommend that you close all tabs and all other programmes on the computer, so that it can perform optimally.
No, the exam will only be accessible from the start of the session.
Go to https://dugga.se and log in using the details you have received for the examination session.
No. The question appears on the same page where you enter your answer.
There is a figure/drawing function.
You do not have to hand in a cover sheet or worry about page numbers.
This depends on how the exam has been designed in Dugga. Sometimes it is not possible to go back to earlier questions. You will receive information about this for each exam.
You need to submit your answers via the platform when you are done.
You cannot reverse a submission by yourself so you need to contact a proctor. You need to confirm submission in several steps, so it would be difficult to submit by mistake.
This depends on whether the teacher specified a maximum number of words for the answer. You receive information about this for each examination.
Exam duration is specified on the cover page of each exam.
Results are available via your Dugga account. Your teacher will inform you when the results are published. You can then log into Dugga to access your results and teacher comments.