It is strictly forbidden to enter the examination with a mobile phone. Communication devices such as pagers, radios, handheld computers, watches with functions other than displaying time, and any devices with computer features, as well as equipment such as weapons, draft papers, notebooks, books, dictionaries, electronic devices with dictionary functions, calculators, slide rules, compasses, protractors, rulers, and similar items are also prohibited. Test takers found to have entered the examination with these items will have their examinations deemed invalid.
The examination consists of 80 multiple-choice items with five options Incorrect answers will have no impact on the correct answers.
The allotted time for answering is 140 minutes. Test takers are prohibited from leaving the examination rooms during the first 30 minutes and the last 15 minutes of the examination. Once a test taker leaves the room after submitting their examination documents, they will not be readmitted for any reason.
Test takers must have their “Ankara University Examination for International Students (AYÖS) Examination Entry Document“, which they will obtain from the application system, and a valid passport or identification document (current photo ID card, Blue Card) with them when entering the examination.
Deformed or invalid identification documents lacking official identification features that make it difficult to verify the test taker’s identity will not be accepted.
Test takers can obtain their examination entry documents from http://ayos.ankara.edu.tr starting from 1 June 2023. The venue and room information for the examination will be specified on the examination entry document.
Test takers with missing documents will not be admitted to the examination.
Test takers must enter the examination room and seat specified on their examination entry document.
It is forbidden to speak to or ask questions of invigilators during the examination. Similarly, invigilators are not allowed to speak closely and quietly with test takers, and test takers are strictly forbidden from asking each other for items such as pencils and erasers.
Test takers must comply with all instructions given by invigilators. If necessary, invigilators may change the seating arrangements for test takers.
Test takers must fill in the relevant areas on the answer sheet. All writing and marking on the answer sheet must be done with a graphite (black) pencil. Ballpoint pens and fountain pens must not be used.
Answers must be marked on the answer sheet. Answers marked on the exam booklet are not valid.
Test takers should check their exam booklet immediately upon receiving it for any missing pages or printing errors. If the exam booklet has missing pages or printing errors, contact the invigilators to have it replaced.
Test takers must fill in the required information in the designated area on the exam booklet before proceeding to answer the items. Exam booklets will be collected at the end of the examination and examined individually. If even a single page of the exam booklet is missing, the test taker’s examination will be deemed invalid.
Test takers may use the blank spaces on the pages of the exam booklet as draft paper.
It is strictly forbidden for test takers to write down the items and their answers on a separate piece of paper and take it out of the examination room.
Test takers must submit their exam booklets and answer sheets to the invigilators before leaving the examination room.
The validity of the examination depends primarily on adherence to the examination rules. Examinations of test takers who exhibit behaviour that violates the rules and who do not comply with the warnings given will be deemed invalid.
During the examination, the examinations of test takers who are caught cheating, attempting to cheat, aiding cheat, or facilitating cheating will be deemed invalid. Invigilators are not obliged to warn those attempting to cheat or aid in cheating. The responsibility lies with the test taker.
It is of utmost importance that test takers hold their answer sheets in such a way that other test takers cannot see them during the examination.
The distribution of test takers’ answers to the items will be analysed using information processing methods. If the findings obtained from these analyses indicate individual or collective cheating, the examinations of the test takers involved in the cheating will be cancelled.
If invigilators report in their records that an examination was not conducted in accordance with the rules in a particular room, or that there was a collective attempt to cheat, Ankara University will exercise its discretion and declare the examinations of all test takers in that room invalid.