Assessment System and Evaluation Systema. Assessment System
Assessment system is arranged to comply with the following table:
Table Assessment System
|Alphabetical Grade||Weight||Numerical grade|
Table Assessment Status
|CO||Complete||Complete.||Based on the above Table|
|IN||Incomplete||Incomplete Assignments.||Zero grade can not be repeated on tha PPHB-Non Remedial or Remedial.|
|MG||Missing Grade||Did not write the exams.|
|NR||No Record of Attendance||In sufficient attendance.|
a. An alphabetical value is used for the final grade
b. A numerical value of 0 - 4 scale is used to compute the Semester Grade Point and GPA.
c. A numerical figure expressed on a scale of 0 – 100 is used in the assessment of each activity
d. The grades D and E represent failure and must be repeated.
e. IN can be improved by completing the assignment within a maximum of two weeks.
f. FR is equal to 0 and contributes to the Grade Point
g. The status MG can be improved by writing a suplementary examination substituting at the end of semester examination before the end of the respective semester.
h. IN, MG, NR and FR taken into account in the computation of the Grade Point, and the respective students are not subjected to a PPHB (short semester), non remedial or remedial.
Course Unit Components and Assessment Weights are shown in the table below:
Table Component and Asseement Weights
|Structured Assignments||0 – 100||≥ 20|
|Mid Semester Exams||0 – 100||20 – 40|
|End of Semester Exams||0 – 100||20 – 40|
b. Evaluation System
Evaluation of learning outcomes can be carried out by various means of examination and structured activities in accordance with the type and level of competence demands in the Operational Curriculum (KO).
Methods in Evaluating the Learning Outcomes. The various methods of evaluationg in learnng outcomes are:
These consist of:
a) Mid Semester Exams – this is conducted in the middle of the semester
b) End of Semester Exams – This is conduted at the end of the semester.
c) Supplementary Exam – is conducted outside a predetermined schedule, but is still within the same semester period.
2) Structured Evaluations
Besides the above mentioned exams, there are other structured activities in the form of:
a) Scientific Article
b) Home Assignments, both small and big
c) Active participation in class