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1)The academic profile of the student represents the document including the courses  taken and the grades obtained in each course and the this document should be certified officially.

  2) The seasonal percentage is calculated through summing the points that the student obtained in the courses taken and then dividing these points by the number of courses in the semester and calculating this percentage according to the grades’ average GPA in the all previous semesters.

3) Each academic course worth 100 points distributed as follows: 30 marks for the classwork, 20 marks for the midterm exam and 50 marks for the final exam and the faculty council has the right to issue other criteria for distributing the grades of some practical courses.

1)      The student’s GPA is calculated as following ( 2008 & 2009 alumnus and the following alumnus:

Percentage

GPA

Value or number of points

90% and more

A

4

From 87% to less than 90%

A-      

3.7

From 84% to less than 87%

B ?

3.4

From 80% to less than 84%

                  B

3

From 77% to less than 80%

                 B-

2.7

From 74% to less than 77%

                  C

2.4

From 70 %to less than 74 %

                  C?

2

From 67% to less than 70%

                  C?

1.7

From 64% to less than 67%

                  D?

1.4

From 60% to less than 64%

                  D

1

Less than 60%

                  F

Zero

 

2)      The cumulative percentage and the graduation GPA is calculated as follows:

 

The cumulative percentage

GPA

3.5 and more

Excellent

Less than 3.5

Very good

Less than 3

Good

Less than 2.5

Pass

Less than 2

Fall

 

 

The first ranking will be granted to the students who fulfilled all the graduation requirements with a cumulative percentage of 3.5 and more and the second ranking to the students with a cumulative percentage ranging from 3.4 to less than 3.6 and it is a must the student didn’t fail in any of the courses during his academic period.

 

3)      The cumulative percentage and the graduation GPA for the alumnus before 2008/2009 is calculated as follows:

  

Percentage

GPA

Symbol or Code

90% and more

Excellent

A

From 80% to less than 90%

Very good

B

From 70% to less than 80%

Good

C

From 60% to less than 70%

Pass

D

Less than 60%

Fall

F