General announcements regarding common math courses (MAT 103/E, 104/E, 210/E,
261/E) are published via this site. Your instructor may also use Ninova.
Since MAT261E is offered as single section during Fall 2020, all explanations and announcements about this course will be done by its instructor.
The so-called semi-common math courses MAT 202/E, 271/E, 281/E are not given by the Department of Mathematics. Questions or requests regarding these courses should be posed to the respective department.
Pursuant to ITU Regulations on Undergraduate Education (Articles 14 and 23) and Principles Regarding Entitlement to Two Supplementary Exams; students who are entitled to take supplementary exams in MAT Common Courses, can inquire about their status and their in-term grades later here.
Supplementary exams are held together with the final exams. Supplementary exam topics are the final exam topics specified in the Syllabi below. In the evaluation of the supplementary exam and determination of the student's letter grade, the assessment criteria of the semester is used, in which the student was registered to the course and failed with the letter grade FF. (19G(fall): 50% final | 20B(spring): 100% final)
Schedule of the final exams and therefore supplementary exams will be announced by the Registrar's Office.
|End of the term||Final Exam||40%|
Students failing to score at least 35% (i.e. 21 out of 60) from the in-term assesments, are not admitted to the final exam and get VF.
Students failing to score at least 35% in total, get FF. The other grades are determined by relative grading system.
From the links below, you can reach MAT103/E videos shot by the following instructors of the Department of Mathematics: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cihangir Özemir, Assist. Prof. Dr. Ayşe Peker, Assist. Prof. Dr. Esin Etel Gidon (retired), Assist. Prof. Dr. İzzet Göksel, Dr. Eti Mizrahi (retired) and Res. Assist. Dr. Sevgi Harman.
We believe that these videos, which include main lines of lectures and basic applications, cannot replace the lessons as can be understood from their durations, but you can take advantage of these videos as supportive educational material and for review.
We wish you all success.