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 2021, 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.
Final exam locations are announced. (January 18, 2022)
Homework-2 grades and VF grades are announced. (January 10, 2022)
Midterm make-up exam grades are announced. (December 26, 2021)
Midterm exam grades are announced. (December 17, 2021)
The main booklets for midterm exams along with the answer keys are published. (see Exam Archive)
Midterm exam locations are announced. (November 15, 2021)
Homework-1 grades are announced. (November 15, 2021)
Homework questions will be added to Ninova at the given times specified in the syllabi, and information about the submission of the answers will be included in this document.
MAT Common Courses' final exams will be taken at Ayazağa Campus during the specified time given below. Students can check their exam place one week before the exam from the top right menu after login.
A student with a VF grade must not enter the final exam, even if they do, their exam will not be evaluated. VF status can be checked on the 'Results' page accessible from the top right menu after login.
|Exam||(DMY)||Duration: 2 hours|
|MAT103/E||24.01.2022||09.00 - 11.00|
|MAT104/E||25.01.2022||12.00 - 14.00|
|MAT210/E||24.01.2022||15.00 - 17.00|
The exams will consist of 20 multiple choice questions. The contribution of each question correctly answered to the score is 5% whereas questions answered incorrectly or left blank have no effect on the score.
In the exam, identity check will be done by showing a valid identity card, driver's license or passport in addition to the student ID.
Students arriving after the first 30 minutes of the exam will not be admitted to the exam. No student will be allowed to leave the classroom in the first 45 minutes of the exam. Except for emergencies, if a student leaves the classroom for any reason, their answer sheet will be collected and their exam will be deemed to be over.
Students are required to fill in the answer sheet truely, completely and in pencil.
No extra paper or calculator will be used in the exam. Cell phones, smart watches, etc. must be kept off during the exam and must not be on the student or at the student's desk.
The exam of the student who does not take the exam of the registered course will be deemed invalid.
If behaviors that do not comply with student stance such as cheating, deception or fraud are detected, the exams of the relevant students will be deemed invalid and they will be processed according to the Student Disciplinary Regulations of Higher Education Institutions.
We wish you success in the exams.
Students, who applied to their own Faculties for a make-up exam, can inquire about their status here. For these students, the grade they will get from the make-up exam will be valid as their exam grade. Make-up exams of students without a Faculty Board decision will not be evaluated.Login to access.
|Make-Up Exam||Date||Duration: 2 hours||Location|
|MAT 103/E, 104/E, 210/E||December 22, 2021||18.00 - 20.00||MED A11|
|End of the term||Final Exam||40%|
Students failing to score at least 35% (i.e. 21 out of 60) from the in-term assessments, 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, Assis. Prof. Dr. Ayşe Peker, Assis. Prof. Dr. Esin Etel Gidon (retired), Assis. Prof. Dr. İzzet Göksel, Dr. Eti Mizrahi (retired) and Res. Assis. 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.