Evaluation and Semester Examination
Evaluations and semester examinations are conducted by the following provisions:
- Monitoring system aims to determine the fluency of the lectures that is conducted during the current lectures by the department/study program, Vice Dean I, Vice Rector I, and/or P4M, UPM, and GKM;
- The evaluation system aims to determine the success of learning process and obtains feedback for students, lecturers, and the chairman of study program, Vice Dean I, Vice Rector I, and/or P4M, UPM, and GKM;
- The semester examination is one way of evaluating the ability of the mastery material of the courses and resolves a problem or more, which is conducted in a limited period of time in accordance with the applicable regulations;
- The system evaluation of the success for teaching and learning process includes lectures, lab (laboratories, field studies, and clinics), researches and other academic tasks;
- To describe the scientific capabilities and deepening of the materials, in order to achieve the more objective evaluation results, then the students may be give the specific tasks, such as homework, seminar groups, create a collection, case study reports, literature reports, journal and book translations, or other tasks;
- The examination can be grouped into: semester examination, thesis or comprehensive examination;
- The semester examinations are Middle Semester Examination (UTS) and Final Semester Examination (UAS);
- UTS examination is conducted on the mid-term semester which is scheduled based on the University’s academic calendar;
- UAS examination is conducted at the end of semester which is scheduled based on the University’s academic calendar;
- UAS examination is simultaneously conducted based on the schedule. In certain cases, UTS and UAS examination that are outside the schedule as referred to point (9) may be conducted by the permission of the Dean;
- For students who have qualified for the UTS and UAS, but they cannot follow them up with the certain reasons that are supported by an official statement and can be accepted by the Dean, may follow the supplementary UTS and UAS examination that the time cannot be regulated separately and 1 (one) week after UTS and UAS are scheduled ending, except there are reasons to be trusted;
- The implementation of UTS and UAS in written form and in some cases can be done in oral form, or other forms which are determined by the Faculty;
- The courses’ lecturers must submit the manuscript of UAS at least one week before the UAS is conducted;
- The question’s form of UAS and UTS or other exams can be in the form of essay, multiple choices, and/or other forms that are determined by the Faculty;
- To follow the examination, students must follow and carry out the applicable rules and principles;
- When the examination is conducted, the students are prohibited to cheat such as cooperation, cheating or opening the notes, and other actions;
- When the examination, students are prohibited from interfering with other test takers, or doing anything that may disturb the situation of the exam;
- The examinee students are forbidden to ask helping for others to help or answer the questions, either directly or indirectly as a jockey or similar system.
- In the assessment system, the tests can be used by Absolute Norms, i.e., the Criterion Reference Rating (PAP) or by relative norms, i.e., normal reference rating (PAN) based on teaching and learning, students population, and types of subjects;
- The PAP’s norm is used if the learning process requires the accurate and mature mastery to achieve proficiency and the development of effective, cognitive, and psychomotor aspects;
- The PAN’s norm can be used based on the consideration of each courses’ lecturer;
- The complete final semester score of a course is the proportionate summation and component scores of Practicum, UTS, UAS, and examinations or other tasks, which is issued by the concerned lecturers for the course by affixing their signature to be processed into KHS;
- Grading or proportionate summation of a score is determined by the lecturers in charge of the courses;
- The final semester score is published in KHS which is signed by the head of study program or given by authority parties;
- Students or other parties are forbidden to modify and change the lecturers’ score and the score in KHS.
- Students who want to remedy their score to the lecturers must conduct it through the approval of the head of study program.
- Students, who are not or have not been able to complete all requirements of academic tasks including UAS supplementary exam in a course with the reasons that are based on rules and acceptable conditions, can be given the Delay score by the concerned courses’ lecturers for one week after the UAS is conducted.
- The delay score as referred to in point (9) must be completed within the deadline at least three weeks since the announcement of the UAS score or similar things. After the specified time, then the delay score is stated 0 or E score.
- Each student who grades D or E should prioritize to improve the score by obligatory remedy and follow lectures, lab work, other academic assignment completely and fully and include them in accordance with the provisions of KRS.
- Each remedial course for score’s improvement is used to calculate GP and GPA as well as writing in the transcript is the score that is obtained last.
- Each student who will take the bachelor’s test or final exam is governed by the provisions of each faculty/department/study program with the condition that has D score for only 2 (two) subjects.
- For subjects which have D score more than two, it can be conducted a special examination by the lecturers in charge with the permission of the Dean, by the limitation of excess obtaining score of D with the specific exams is twice, with the condition that the course has been remedied previously by conducting the courses which are stated in KRS.
- Students who are allowed to take the score remedial examination are students who grade C and D scores.
- The special examination as referred to in point (14) can also be carried out if the course is taken by students at 1 (one) semester before the Final Thesis Examination.
- The results assessment’s provisions of the Final Semester Examination which use the Criterion Reference Rating (PAP) refer to the following ratings:
|80 – 100||A||Very Good|
|66 – 79||B||Good|
|56 – 65||C||Average|
|46 – 55||D||Low|
|1 – 45||E||Very Low|
Requirements toFollow the Examination
- A student is eligible to follow the UAS when she/he has followed the lectures, practicum for the concerned courses with the minimum requirement of 80% and which has been implemented by the lecturers.
- It is registered as an active student at the current semester.
- Before attended the examination, it is required to pay off the payments.
- Students are required to bring a test card.