According to BAU Bachelor’s Degree Program Education Regulations, Article 23, 1st, and 4th provisions, “there must be at least one midterm exam and one semester/year-end exam among the evaluation activities of each course”. Requirements to take the resit exam are devised by the Senate. If the course instructor deems appropriate, semester/year activities such as homework and laboratory projects can be assessed as a part of the semester/year-end grade. The course instructor decides a student’s course grade by considering the student’s midterm grade, semester/ year-end grade, semester/year performance, and attendance. Semester/year-end exams must constitute at least 40% of the course grade, and the course instructor is authorized to determine the weight of midterm exams and semester/year-end exams, and to convert these grades to the course grades. Regulations regarding the evaluation process are clearly stated on the course syllabus and announced to students at the beginning of the semester/year. A student’s course grade is decided by taking student’s all activities during the semester/year into consideration and by applying a relative evaluation system.