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MATH152 Calculus-II Website Eastern Mediterranean University
FALL TERM 2019 - 2020

MATH152 EXAMINATIONS  

Midterm Examination-1 : 30%  11 – 23 November 2019 TBA by the University Exam Committee Midterm Examination-2 : 30%  December 2019 TBA by the University Exam Committee  Final Examination: 40%  02 - 17 January 2020 TBA by the University Exam Committee 
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A
EXCELLENT A:85-100    , A-:80-84 Excellent understanding of the concepts and the principles as demonstrated by correct and accurate knowledge and application of theory/laws in solving problems. Response to problems is clear, legible, concise and accurate. Excellent performance.
B
GOOD B+: 75-79, B:70-74 , B-: 66-69 Better than average understanding of the concepts and the principles as demonstrated by correct and accurate knowledge and application of theory/laws in solving problems, but doesn't have the depth and outstanding quality of an "A". Response to problems is fairly clear, legible, but occasionally contains some inaccuracies. Performance exceeds the minimum requirements
ACADEMIC HONESTY Copying from others or providing answers or information (written or oral) to others is cheating.  Copying from another student’s paper or from another text without written acknowledgement is plagiarism. According to University’s bylaws cheating and plagiarism are serious offences resulting in a failure from exam or project and disciplinary action (which includes an official warning or/and suspension from the university for up to one semester). NG Policy Attendance will be taken every lecture hour by the lecturer. Any student who has poor interest in the course, with poor attendance (less than 50%), or missing more than one exam during the semester will be given NG (nil grade). This rule will be followed strictly. IMPORTANT NOTES Attendance to the classes is compulsory. Students, who has attendance less than 50%, or missing more than one exam will be given “NG” grade. This rule will be followed strictly Final Examination will include all topics of the lecture. It is compulsory to show student identification card in order to be able to attend examinations. Those who will not be able to show identification card will not be allowed to attend the examination. Students are obligated to attend the examinations in the scheduled room. They will not be allowed to attend the examination in a room which is not scheduled for them. Students may check their examination papers within a pre-announced period of time. Information about this matter will be given in the instructions of each of the examinations. Only those students, who didn’t sit for the Midterm Examination, may attend the Midterm Make-up Examination which will be held in the last week of lectures. Exact date will be announced later. Make-up examination for the Final Examination is the RESIT examination. RESIT examination requires online application via students portal.  
C
AVERAGE C+:63-65 , C:59-62 , C-: 56-58 An average understanding of the concepts and the principles as demonstrated by reasonably correct knowledge and application of theory/laws in solving problems, but doesn't have any depth. Response to problems is reasonably clear, legible, but contains inaccuracies. It reveals a sufficient understanding of the material, but lacks depth in understanding and approach/application. Content and form don't go beyond basic expectations and/or display some substantial errors. Acceptable but non-exceptional performance that doesn't go beyond the minimum requirements.
D
BARELY SUFFICIENT D+:53-55 , D:50-52 Minimal knowledge and barely sufficient understanding of the concepts and the principles as demonstrated by approximately correct application of theory/laws in solving problems. Response to problems is not very clear and is barely legible, and contains many inaccuracies. It reveals a minimum (confused) understanding of the material, and lacks depth in understanding and approach/application. Content and form do not adequately meet the basic expectations, and/or display significant errors. Performance demonstrates severe problems in one or more areas.
D-
FAIL 35-49 Unsatisfactory progress in understanding of the concept and principles, unsatisfactory knowledge of the theoretical part of and insufficient skills in solving problems.
F
FAIL < 35 Work does not meet the most minimal standards. It reveals no understanding of the material, lack of basic academic skills and knowledge, or completely incomprehensible writing. Performance is not acceptable
NG
FAIL May be given the students not attending classes and or examinations as stated below in attendance part
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