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Institute of Cognitive Science

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Oral exams - How To


Availabe dates:

Due to the current Corona situation, our oral examinations' planning had to be re-scheduled and re-organized. Until further notice, oral exams will only be held online. The application procedure remains the same. The next available dates are:




Virtual room on our university's BigBlueButton platform; details will be communicated to the registered participants early on.


Availabe co-examiners:

Viviane Clay
Artur Czeszumski
Shadi Derakhshan
Anna Lisa Gert
Tobiasz Kaduk
Ashima Keshava
Debora Nolte
Farbod Nosrat Nezami
Xenia Ohmer
Vincent Schmidt
Johannes Solzbacher
Philip Sulewski
Maximilian Wächter



The general scope of the BSc module exam in Neurobiopsychology covers the content of the following lectures: Action & Cognition 1 and 2, AC Visual System, AC Motor System and AC Higher Cognitive Functions. From among these courses, students may individually choose 2 (attended ones) for their oral exam's scope.
(Just to avoid potential problems: A combination of lectures AC 1 and AC VS won't work as exam's scope, because their content is too much overlapping.)


Application documents:

Please download the necessary document from the examination office's website. As long as the oral exams will be held online, please also download the so-called "consent form" here.


Action to be taken:

1. Choose your preferred date.
2. Choose your co-examiner. Get in contact with him/her personally to check, if he/she is available on your chosen date.
3. Send an email to the nbp office informing about date and name of co-examiner.
4. Download, fill out and sign both the application form and the consent form.
5. Hand in the forms to the nbp office (50/209) to get the examiners' signatures.
6. Hand in your official application with all relevant documents at the examination office (contact details here).
7. Usually, for every oral exam date, the assigned timeslots will be emailed to all examinees one week in advance. You will then also be informed about the virtual room and how to log on there.

If you need any further clarification or beforehand-information, you may also contact Prof. König