MIDTERM EXAM ANNOUNCEMENT
- This announcement is only valid for the online exams (multiple-choice and open-ended) held on MEBIS.
- We advise that you use a computer instead of a tablet or phone to access the exams; otherwise, you may face technical problems. It is your responsibility to provide a computer.
- If you do not have a computer, you can use the computers in the computer lab. Please contact your school/college/vocational school secretaries.
- You can access the exam page at https://mebis.medipol.edu.tr/. The detailed exam schedule will be announced by your school/college/vocational school. You can only access the exam on the specified date and time.
- In order to avoid facing any browser-related problems, you should use Google Chrome. Otherwise, you cannot access the exams.
- Since questions are unique to each student, you are obliged to answer the questions yourself and not get help from anyone or any course materials.
- Copying and sharing the questions is against the rules. Otherwise, you will be liable for criminal prosecution.
- Any ethical violation will cause the cancellation of the exam.
- If you have any requests or questions, please contact MEBIS Support Team at [email protected].
PAY ATTENTION TO THESE DURING THE EXAM
- After 15 minutes, you cannot access the exam (as in face-to-face exams). We suggest you log into the exam page 10 minutes before the exam.
- The duration of the exam starts as soon as you start the exam. If you do not click “TERMINATE THE EXAM” within this period, your answers will be automatically saved on the exam page, and your exam will be terminated. In this case, the questions you have answered until the end of the exam will be evaluated.
- You cannot access the previous questions once you have answered or skipped them. You can move onto the next question by selecting “LEAVE BLANK” or “Answer and Next Question.” Otherwise, you cannot move onto the next question.
- The sequence of the questions and the answers will be unique to each student.
- The exam page can spot technical problems such as electricity or internet outage. You can log into the exam page again before the exam terminates in these cases. But when the exam duration is over or when you select “TERMINATE THE EXAM,” you will not be able to continue the exam; the questions you have answered until the end of the exam will be evaluated.
- You should select the “full-screen” mode in order to access the exam.
- If you try to exit the full-screen, you will see a warning stating, “You have exited the full-screen mode. If you exit again, your exam will be terminated. You cannot retake the same exam.” For this reason, stay in full-screen mode during the exam.
- When you answer all the questions and click “TERMINATE THE EXAM,” your exam will be completed, and the questions you have answered until the end of the exam will be evaluated.
- You are responsible for the confidentiality of the exam that is uniquely created for you. You cannot copy, share or publish the questions and answers; you cannot cooperate with others who do so.
- If someone other than you takes your exam; if you get help from others while taking the exam; if you copy, take a photo/screenshot, share or publish the questions online; if you violate the exam rules stated earlier, your exam will be canceled.
- The instructor may request you to take the exam with your microphone and camera on. In this case, they need to inform you in advance.
- You can request a face-to-face exam. Before starting the exam, you can submit your request on the page of the related exam on MEBIS. If you prefer this, you must log in to MEBIS at the exam time, and you must select “I do not consent; I request a face-to-face exam for this exam.” on the consent form and approve. You must contact the instructor of the related course for the date of the face-to-face-exam. Select this option and click “CLOSE.”
You can request a face-to-face exam. If you do so, tick the following box. You must contact the instructor of the related course for the date of the face-to-face exam
Istanbul Medipol University Rectorate