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Exams and course and professor evaluations

Exam Sessions 2022/23
First Exam Session: 9 January 2023 - 18 February 2023
Second Exam Session: 29 May 2023 - 29 July 2023
Third Exam Session: 4 September 2023 – 16 September 2023

Exam Sessions 2021/22
First Exam Session: 7 January 2022 - 12 February 2022
Second Exam Session: 30 May 2022 - 30 July 2022
Third Exam Session: 1 September 2022 – 17 September 2022

Exam Sessions 2020/21
First Exam Session: 7 January 2021 - 20 February 2021
Second Exam Session: 30 May 2021 - 30 July 2021
Third Exam Session: 1 September 2021 – 18 September 2021


Exam noticeboard

Exams of the winter session (7 January 2022 - 12 February 2022) will be held in presence. Students can ask to take exams remotely only in case of frailty, residence outside Region or impossibility to access University venues for health reasons. Regarding the requests to take online exams, the University of Turin will carry out random checks to verify what students have self-certified.

Students should log onto their MyUniTO student account on UniTo, open the “Exam” menu and select “Exams available” or go the "My programme" menu and click on "Academic History" where they will see a list of courses for which they can sign up. By clicking on the blue symbol, students will see the teacher’s name, time and place of the exam and can register for the exam by clicking on the “Register for exam” button. The exam results are registered following the ESSE3 procedure. See more details on

Students who must take an exam in the computer labs must check that their SCU ID (which are the same used for enrolling for an exam and accessing the Campus Wi-Fi) are working as they will need their username and password to access a pc and the exam.
The check must be carried out on free access computer workstations located throughout the University and in particular, at the Bobbio Library or the open space of the Palazzina Einaudi.
Should students have problems with their password, they are advised to contact UniTO Support Services.

Following a resolution by the Council of the Scuola di Scienze Giuridiche, Politiche ed Economico-Sociali, for the Departments of Law, Culture Politics and Society and Economia e Statistica "Cognetti de Martiis”, the time frame to register for exams has changed.
During the 2021 summer session, it is possible to register for the exams from 20 days to 3 days before the exam date.

Starting from the 2021/2022 winter session (from December 2021), it will be possible to register for the exams from 20 days to 4 days before the exam date.

A red alert appearing while registering for the exam means that it is not possible to register yet, because there are more than 20 days left for the exam.

Students enrolled on bachelor and past graduate degree courses are obliged by law to fill in a course and professor evaluation questionnaire before sitting individual exams. They will only be able to enrol for an exam once they have done this.
They also need to complete their Career Plan and fill in a questionnaire on the quality of the course before registering for an exam.

How to use EduMeter:

Students should check the following points before accessing the online questionnaire EduMeter: 

  • the Career Plan has already been confirmed (the Edumeter procedure reads the Career Plan contents two days after it has been confirmed).
  • the Career Plan is in the "APPROVED" state (“CONFERMATO” in Italian)
  • the course is in the Career Plan
  • go to
  • login with one’s SCU ID
  • if courses are not visible, check that they don’t belong to a different courses of study (if they do, they will be half way down the page), click on the Couse of Study and courses linked to that Course will appear.

To guarantee anonymity

Once a student has logged in, the procedure separates their personal profile from their answers.  The questionnaire differentiates between students who have attended more than 50% of the course from those who have not. The results of each course from each Course of Study are visible in the student’s personal area.

Students who attended less than 50% also have to answer the EduMeter questionnaire before registering for an exam in their Plan.

Should students have problems registering for an exam, they should contact citing the course code and the reasons why they can’t register.

Evaluation statistics will be sent to each professor, Degree Course President, Department Director and University Evaluation team in order to promote improvements in the quality of the courses. The Department responsible for the courses will analyse and discuss the questionnaire results at various levels.
Students can also take certain exams online on specifc dates from outside the university or in the Campus labs.

Access EduMeter from:
Ask for support from the help desk:
For more information: Evalutation team on University portal (only in Italian)
FAQs: EduMeter FAQs (only in Italian)


Last update: 20/06/2022 14:46

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