Registrar's Office

Additional Examination Rights For Last Semester Students (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)

Who are Last Semester Students?

Students who are successful in the courses that they take in the semester they are registered to and in the courses that they have failed earlier but finished successfully by using the examination rights and the students who comply with the conditions to take a diploma are considered to be last semester students. Students who are successful in the courses that they take in the semester they are registered to and in the courses that they have failed earlier but finished successfully by using the examination rights and the students who comply with the conditions to take a diploma are considered to be last semester students.

Who can benefit from last semester examination rights?

  1. Last semester students who get (FF) or (FD) from maximum two courses included to CGPA and/or who get (U) from maximum one course that is not included to CGPA,
  2. Last semester students who do not have (FF) or (FD) grades but whose CGPA fall below 2.00 can take the additional examination of the courses which they got (DD), (DC) or (CC).

When are the additional examinations offered?

The dates of the additional examinations that will be offered at the end of each semester take place in the Academic Calendar.

Who cannot take additional examination?

  • Students who have courses that she/he has not registered,
  • Students with (NA) Non-attendance grade,
  • Students who have taken additional examination once.

Which courses do not have additional examination?

Project courses do not have additional examination right.