Exams System
1. The final grade of the student in the course shall be calculated on the basis of the total marks of the semester work obtained and the final examination mark for that course.
2. The final grade of the student shall be recorded in the course of one hundred and the exception is the practical training courses which are based on success or failure only without entering the general average if any.
3. The general framework of the exams shall be as follows:
- Theoretical Courses:
- Applied Colleges:
A semester shall be allocated not more than (50%) of the course mark, provided that at least two tests shall be conducted during the semester. The final exam shall be allocated at least (50%) of the result and shall be comprehensive in writing.
- Theoretical faculties:
A minimum of 40% of the course mark shall be assigned to the semester work, provided that at least two tests shall be conducted during the semester. The final exam shall be allocated at least (60%) of the final result and shall be written and comprehensive.
** It is not permissible to enter the theoretical exam for those who did not get 25% of the class work mark, and is not successful who did not get 25% of the mark of the theoretical exam.
- Courses of a practical nature or seminars, applied projects and clinics:
- The faculties' councils shall determine how to distribute the marks that are placed for these courses, provided that such distribution is approved by the council of the concerned faculty.
- At the beginning of each academic year, the College Council shall issue a resolution showing the distribution of the marks of both theoretical and practical sections.
4. The course instructor is responsible for printing his exam questions and keeping them confidential and delivered to the Deanship.
5. The student has the right to object to the result within one week from the date of issuing the results of the quarterly tests.
6. The student has the right to object to the final examination mark within a maximum period of ten days from the date of the announcement of the result of the course.In this case, the dean of the faculty may form a committee headed by him or his deputy, to verify that there are no questions that have not been corrected or that there is a mistake in the collection or transfer of marks.
7. The course teacher is responsible for correcting all exam papers and exams for the courses he is studying.
8. The final scores and final scores shall be sent to the examinations department for examination and sent to the Deanship of the College for announcement.
9. The student pays a fee for each application submitted to review any of his marks, and the value of the fee is determined in accordance with the decisions of the Higher Education Council.
Absences and excuses
Anyone who misses any test during the semester or final examination shall be registered in absentee.
Degrees
1. The University shall adopt the percentage system for the marks of students in the courses. The minimum passing score in each course shall be (50/100) or (60/100) according to the executive regulations of the university regulation law.
2. Mattresses shall be adopted as follows:
- If the minimum success (at least 60 degrees) is as follows:
Rating |
Grade (Percentage) |
Honours |
95 - 100 |
Excellent |
85 - below 95 |
very good |
75 - below 85 |
good |
65 - below 75 |
Acceptable |
60 - below 65 |
- If the minimum (at least 50 degrees) is as follows:
Rating |
Grade (Percentage) |
Honours |
90 or more |
Excellent |
80 - below 90 |
very good |
70 - below 80 |
good |
60 - below 70 |
Acceptable |
50 - below 60 |
- The literal rewards for the percentage points obtained by the student are determined as the total score in a course with the equivalent estimate and the corresponding points according to the following table:
Percentile equivalent |
Literal equivalent |
Bullet equivalent |
98 ≤ x < 100 |
A + |
4 |
95 ≤ x < 98 |
A |
3.75 |
90 ≤ x < 95 |
A - |
3.50 |
85 ≤ x < 90 |
B + |
3.25 |
80 ≤ x < 85 |
B |
3 |
75 ≤ x < 80 |
B - |
2.75 |
70 ≤ x < 75 |
C + |
2.50 |
65 ≤ x < 70 |
C |
2.25 |
60 ≤ x < 65 |
C - |
2 |
55 ≤ x < 60 |
D + |
1.75 |
50 ≤ x < 55 |
D |
1.50 |
0 ≤ x < 50 |
F |
0 |
_ |
Z |
Deprived |
_ |
W |
withdrawn |
_ |
I |
incomplete |
} **Incomplete: A student who is unable to complete the work required to avoid a failure in the course for a reason beyond his control is given an “I-incomplete” based on the proposal of the College Council and a decision of the University Council. Assessment If additional work is required to remove this estimate before the end of the third week of the next semester, if the student falls short and does not comply with this timeframe, a deprived Z or F deposit is given in the course}.
3. The rate of the semester is the rate of all courses that the student studied success or failure in that semester:
Semester Average ={Total (Number of Credit Hours * Course Mark)}/ (Number of Credit Hours taken in the Semester)
4. The final rate of graduation is calculated by multiplying the percentage of each course by the number of credit hours per course within the average and dividing the total multiplication product by the total number of credit hours.
5. Fix the quarterly rate to the nearest two decimal places.
6. The student must re-study any compulsory course in which he failed.
7. If he fails in an elective course, he may re-study this or any other elective course within his study plan. In this case, the compensatory elective course he has studied shall be considered as equivalent to the course in which he failed in terms of calculating their marks in the quarterly average.
8. The total result of the exam will be repaid to the correct one regardless of the fraction value.