You can find them in two places:
It is not permitted to take electronic aids (such as cell phones, calculators, etc.) to the seat, regardless of whether they are switched on or off.
Yes, you may write your name in the lawbook.
A few tears or stains are not a problem.
Bilingual dictionaries (translation dictionaries) without notes are allowed (no electronic dictionaries). These may only contain translations, but no paraphrases of the content.
For Open Book exams, notes are allowed.
Yes, you may print the same legal texts more than once.
Yes, these may also be brought multiple times.
Students are responsible for ensuring that the laws are up to date and for bringing the collection with them to the examination. However, you are not obliged to bring a new version to the examinations. Individually printed copies of provisions that have been amended are permitted if these supplement the text of laws that are not up to date.
The official electronic legal texts must be printed from the PDF format (no html format!). They must be printed in full. It is allowed to print the law texts double-sided and/or one or more pages per sheet. Extensive PDF documents can be punched and/or bound.
Individually printed copies of provisions that are not up to date must be brought along separately.
The specifications are the same as for printing the legal texts (see question 10a.). However, they must not be bound.
To stick printed articles into legal texts is not allowed. You may put the revised provision in the place of the old provision.
You may write in any page without restriction (including book covers and spines).You may write whatever you want into it (including cooking recipes).
The writing area must not be expanded by:
1. reducing the size of the law (scaling).
2. printing on a paper size larger than A4.
3. writing on the reverse side (in case of one-sided printing).
You may also write directly into the PDF with a suitable software and then bring it printed to the exam.
No, because it is an extension of the writing surface.
It is allowed to print them one-sided, but it is not allowed to write on the back side.
Existing words or sentences may be indicated by highlighting (in all colors) or underlining them (e.g., waves, zigzags, multiple underlining).
Limit yourself to underlining; this is located below the word. Markings with "light pen", on the other hand, are also allowed on the word.
Sticky notes and tabs of all types are only permitted in Open Book exams.
No, paper clips are not allowd in law texts.
However, this is permitted in Open Book examinations.
No, this is not allowed.
It is allowed for Open Book exams.