On the morning of the exam, the exam room the floor is covered in cables. IT experts are busy helping the teenagers set up their laptops, making sure they all work.
At five to nine, the room falls silent. CD-roms and exam papers are handed out together. This is the Danish language exam.
One of the teachers stands in front of the class and explains the rules. She tells the candidates they can use the internet to answer any of the four questions.
They can access any site they like, even Facebook, but they cannot message each other or email anyone outside the classroom.
At nine o'clock the exam begins