Assessment and Examination

Assessments and examination

Assessments and examination

  • The University applies the credit hour system which depends on the basic unit for evaluation being the course rather than the academic year. Thus the evaluation system is based on the grade in each course which is then converted to its equivalent in points according to what follows.
  • The percentage of the student’s grade in the course is converted to grade (letters), which is announced to the student, then this transfer takes place in light of what is decided by the concerned college. These grades are translated into numbers for calculating the cumulative GPA according to the following table and the explanation that follows it:
  • The minimum required grade for passing is D.
  • In the case of a student failing in any of the courses of the university’s requirements, faculty requirements, or specialization requirements in any semester, the student re-studies the course again, but in the case of the student failing in one of the optional courses, the student may re-study the same course or Register for any other course of elective courses after the approval of the academic advisor.
  • In the event that the exam is repeated and successfully passed, a grade of failure from the student’s record will change, The new degree obtained and recorded in his academic record, and his GPA is calculated based on the new degree, and the student’s record is recorded in the number of times the exam is repeated in the course.
  • It is permissible for a student to withdraw from a course during a semester according to the authorized withdrawal rules by submitting a withdrawal request form.If the student's withdrawal during the first five weeks of the start of the study, he reserves his right to the registration and assessment fees upon his re-enrollment scheduled again and the student is assigned a U degree (no degree has been returned to him) for that course.
  • The I (incomplete) score is monitored for registered students who have fulfilled their study assignments and do not attend the final exam of a course, after presenting a reasonable written excuse shall have grade "I" i.e. Incomplete must submit a final exam for this course when this exam is held the next time with payment of the fees specified for the exam, otherwise the student will be considered as failure in this course.
  • The student shall have the grade "W" (Withdraw) if he/she withdraws from the course after the specified date and before he/she submits to the final examination. The student shall present a reasonable written excuse; otherwise, the student shall fail in this course and have grade "F" (Failure). In both cases, there is no refund of tuition fees which the student has paid for that course.
  • The T degree i.e. (Transfer)monitors the courses that are calculated as a student credit after being equivalent to the courses the student previously studied in other recognized universities so that his degree in such courses is not less than the C degree or its equivalent. In general, the student’s courses are not equal to a total of more than 50% of the total credit hours required for graduation, and this is indicated in the graduation certificate.
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Study, Examinations, Assessment:

  • The study at the University depends on a credit hour system. A student chooses the courses he/she will study in each semester with the assistance of his/her academic advisor and the accreditation of the college dean or his representative.
  • The faculty Council approves the results of the semester exams, and the University Council approves the results of the final exams to obtain a bachelor’s or bachelor’s degree based on the proposal of the College Board. The results of the exam no to be announced unless the student pays the academic expenses and any other additional fees prescribed and The college issues temporary certificates for its graduates, signed by the dean of the college until the issuance of official certificates issued by the university president.
  • Student work is continuously evaluated during the semester in addition to the last semester exam, The semester work is part of the final degree and is represented in periodic exams, exercises and theoretical and practical assignments, research, and effective participation in dealing with e-learning systems while the last semester examination forms the remaining part of the final degree
  • The College Council determines the percentages of final class division over the semester work and the last semester examination based on the nature of the course.
  • The project’s oral examination at the end of the project and includes the evaluation of the submitted report and the implemented scientific work, if any, through a discussion committee consisting of two university professors or a professor and a specialized member in the field of the discussion project, in addition to the project supervisor.

At the end of the semester, the student's performance for each course is evaluated according to the following levels for each academic unit approved for the course:grade

The student is evaluated during the semester as follows:

  • - 10% of the degree attendance and participation effectively in dealing with e-learning systems.
  • - 10% of the score for performing theoretical and practical exercises and duties.
  • - 10% of the score for course work.
  • - 20% of the score for the midterm exam.
  • - 50% of the score for the final exam.
  • - The Faculty Council may adjust the distribution of the grades of each course according to the nature of the study in the faculty.

Failure to attend the Final exam:

Attending the final exam in the course is a prerequisite for success, and if the student fails the final exam for a course without reasonable excuse and is accepted by the college council, it is considered failing in it, and the final exam for the student may be repeated and I (incomplete) be credited.

 In this case, the student must attend the final exam for this course when this exam is held the next time, otherwise, he is considered to have failed in this course.

Accumulative Grade Point Average (GPA):

The quarterly average and the cumulative average in points are calculated with the corresponding estimate for this as follows:

Total (degree score (from 4) x number of credit hours for the course)

Total credit hours for the courses

The result is expressed as follows:grade point

  • The student’s average for the academic semester (semester average) is calculated by adding the points obtained and dividing them by the number of accredited academic units for the total courses studied in this semester. In college, the general average of a student’s grades upon graduation is calculated in a similar way
  • The GPA is approximated to two decimal points.
  • The student is granted an honors degree upon graduation if he obtains an excellent or very good overall grade, provided that his cumulative average is not less than 3.2 throughout the period of his studies Subjects (41)

Approval of examination results:

 

assThe Faculty Council approves the final results of a semester's exams and the University Council approves the results of the final examinations for a Bachelor’s Degree upon a recommendation from the Faculty Council. The exam results will not be declared until the student pays all of the study fees and any additional fees. The University issues temporary certificates signed by the Faculty Dean for the faculty graduates until the official certificates are issued and certified by the University Council.

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