MAT Common Courses

General announcements regarding common math courses (MAT 103/E, 104/E) are published via this site. Your instructor may also use Ninova.

MAT 210/E courses have been excluded from the common math courses. The math courses MAT 201/E, 202/E, 261/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.


MAT Common Courses' Final exams will be taken online via Ayva during the specified time given below. There will be no additional notification for the exam and the exam will be visible in Ayva half an hour before its time.

Exam (DMY)Duration: 50 minutes
MAT103/E10.06.2023 09.30 - 10.20
MAT104/E11.06.2023 09.30 - 10.20

The exams will consist of multiple choice questions. In the calculation of scores, the raw score will be found by subtracting one quarter of the number of wrong answers from the number of correct answers. If this difference is negative, the raw score will be considered zero.

During the exam, it will not be possible to return to skipped questions.

It is recommended to take the exam from a computer and preferably from the latest version of Chrome browser to avoid viewing problems.

In case the questions do not fit the screen, the page may be zoomed out.

It is recommended to reload (refresh) the page in case the exam start screen, the question or the next button does not show up.

If a student is disconnected due to technical reasons such as power or internet outage and if they can re-enter the system, they can continue the exam within the exam duration from where they left off.

You must complete the exam by pressing the 'Submit all and finish' button after you finish answering all questions.

The distribution and duration of the answers given by the students to the test questions will be examined using data processing methods, and if the findings obtained from these examinations indicate that they cheated individually or collectively, the exams of those who participated in the cheating action will be deemed invalid, and they will be processed according to the article 54 of the Higher Education Law No. 2547.

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.

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Make-Up ExamDateDuration: 1.5 hours
MAT 103/E, 104/E May 24, 2023 17.30 - 19.00 Ayva

Assessment of the Grades

End of the termFinal Exam50%

The grades are determined by relative grading system.

Important Info

Questions or problems:   ITU Help »


ITU OpenCourseWare

Dear Students,
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.

MAT103 MAT103E


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