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Turkish pointsTurkish gradeECTS gradeDefinitionDescription/ criteria
4.00AAAExcellentOutstanding performance with only minor errors
3.50BABVery goodAbove the average but with some errors
3.00BBBVery goodAbove the average but with some errors
2.50CBCGoodGenerally sound but with notable errors
2.00CC*CGoodGenerally sound but with notable errors
1.50DC**DSatisfactoryFair but with notable errors
1.00DD**ESufficientAccording to minimum criteria
0.50FDFXFailSome significant shortcomings
0.00FFFFailConsiderable number of significant shortcomings


*  Minimum grade required to pass a course.
** The student passes the course on condition.
Grades Not Included in the Grade Point Average
Y:  Failed
B:  Passed
Temporary Grades
D:  Incomplete Attendance – Must repeat the course.
E:  Incomplete – Must complete the requirements to get a grade otherwise it converts into an FF.
For the students to graduate and receive a diploma their Grade Point Average should be at least 2.00 out of 4.00.  Moreover students with GPAs between 3.50 and 3.74 are on the Dean’s Honor List and students with GPAs above 3.75 are on the Dean’s High Honor List.

What is ECTS?

ECTS, the European Course Credit Transfer System, was developed by the European Commission to provide common procedures to guarantee the full transferability of credits for university studies abroad in order that they might count towards a final qualification in the home country.
It provides a way of measuring and comparing academic merits and transferring them from one institution to another. The system is based on three core elements: information (on study programmes and student achievement), mutual agreement (between the partner institutions and the student) and the use of ECTS credits (to indicate student workload). In itself, ECTS in no way regulates the content, structure or equivalence of study programmes, the credits are simply a value allocated to course units as a means of describing the workload required to complete the course/module. In ECTS, 60 credits normally represent the workload required for one year's full-time study, 30 credits per semester or 20 credits per term (in a tri-semester system).

Dean’s List
Each term, the Student’s Affairs Office determines the Dean’s list according to the grades of students. Those with a grade point average between 3.50 and 3.74 are listed as “honour” students, and those with a grade point average among   3.75 – 4.00 are listed as “higher honour” students.

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