If the connection is lost or if there is a technical difficulty that leads to the exam being interrupted, the examiner must first and foremost attempt to reconnect with the student. If the exam is definitively interrupted, it is in the competence of the committee to determine whether the current progress made in the exam is sufficient for verifying the student’s knowledge. Either studies will be evaluated in a standard fashion (e.g. if a substantial part has already taken place, and based on this, it is possible to evaluate the student) or the student will need to be tested again, or a substitute question will be asked. A term cannot be missed due to technical problems, either on the part of the student or the examiners. The faculty may specify the rules according to the tool and the process of controlling the study of a subject, but it must acquaint the students with them in advance.