The Take Home Exam is a variant of the Open Book exams. The common feature is that any materials such as books and records may be used and that mainly open questions with complex problem solutions are asked. These can be, for example, case analyses, evaluations or reviews of scientific publications. Thus, the answers cannot be standardized and are individual. The essential difference to synchronous open book examinations with a small time allotment is that a written elaboration with approx. 2 to 4 hours processing time is prepared within a period of 6 to 48 hours. Due to the complexity of the question, research on the Internet is a necessity here rather than an unauthorized aid. Since an exchange among the students is likely, either individual tasks must be set or cooperation must be explicitly provided for (e.g. distribution of roles in a joint problem-solving scenario). The examination form thus corresponds to a term paper according to AT-PO §8 Abs. 5, but under special conditions. The simple tools of the learning management system Stud.IP are sufficient for providing the examination and uploading the examination documents.