6 Placements / graduation projects / special test formats
Placements and graduation projects, like national (knowledge) tests, are subject to special test formats. This is because of the crucial nature and the diversity of test formats. It is best to assess per study programme how to handle these test formats and to align these as much as possible with the advice given for the other test formats in this magazine.
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Placements and graduation
Replacement assignments may be possible, but this must be assessed on a case-by-case basis to ensure that the study programme will still be able to assess and guarantee the required competencies and criteria. Some issues to consider include:
- Identification of the individual student,
- Working with two assessors
Conducting graduation interviews via video calls is certainly a possibility. But on-site may also still be possible, provided the interview is conducted in accordance with the RIVM guidelines.
National (knowledge) tests or exams
The study programmes will also receive national information and guidelines.