Grade

Exam

Exams are divided into regular exams, occasional exams, additional exams, and re-exams.
1) Regular exam: Is divided into midterm exams and final exams. The midterm exam is held in the week that is one half of the class days per semester, and the final exam is held during the final week of the semester.
2) Occasional exam: Is is a test to evaluate continuous learning activities such as task learning, seminars, etc., and is conducted under the responsibility of the professor.
3) Additional exam: A student who can not take the regular examination due to illness or unavoidable circumstances may submit an additional test application by attaching his / her reasons and supporting documents and may take an additional exam within two weeks after the completion of the regular examination. In this case, the grade may not exceed B+.
4) Re-exam: Is conducted only for college of medicine and if the grade at the end of the semester among subjects of the premedical course, department of medicine, and faculty of nursing is 40-59 points, a re-exam may be permitted only once within two weeks after the end of a final exam, and the grade may not exceed C +.
Handling of exam cheater
1) If cheating is detected during the exam, the supervising professor must record the act details on the top of the test paper and report it to the president mediately after sealing.
2) Exam cheaters should be expelled or suspended according to the following.
A) Removal
- If you take a test as a proxy or ask others to take a test for you
- If you write someone else's name or ask others to write someone else's name on the test paper.
- A student who was found guilty of cheating and submitted to a disciplinary measure cheated again
B) Limited suspension
- If you see things that are not allowed during the exam such as books, notes, memos
- If you see or show the answer sheet of another student, or if you perform something that is recognized as cheating

Grade

Grading
1) The grades are evaluated by comprehensively examining the test scores, assignment evaluation, attendance status and learning attitude of each subject in a total of 10-20% of attendance and learning attitude, 50-70% of regular exams, 20-30% of occasional exams and assignment.
2) The levels of grades are categorized as follows.
성적 등급 안내
Level GPA Level GPA
A+ 4.5 D+ 1.5
A0 4.0 D0 1.0
B+ 3.5 F 0.0
B0 3.0 P(Pass) No
C+ 2.5 N(Non Pass) No
C0 2.0    
3) If the grades of the completed courses are D0 or higher or P, the credits are considered to have been obtained.
4)  Criteria for grading of major courses
전공과목의 성적평가 등급기준
Category A or higher B or higher C~F remarks
Theory less than 35% less than 70% Remaining Ratio  
Theory + Practice Less than 40% Remaining Ratio  
Practice Less than 45%  
Exceptional subjects less than 50% Remaining ratio  
* Exceptional subjects: Subjects of 15 or fewer students, English, teaching subjects, etc.
5) Criteria for grading of Basic and Liberal Arts subjects
기초․교양교과목의 성적평가 등급기준
Category A or higher B or higher C~F remarks
General subjects 30% Less than 60% Less than 20%  
Exceptional subjects Absolute evaluation  
* Exceptional subjects: Subjects of 20 or fewer students, English, RC subject, etc.
* Students who have been given an F due to under-attendance are excluded from the grade ratio.
6) The criteria for absence time for giving F due to under-attendance should be autonomously determined in the range of not exceeding three times of class hours per week and be written in the class plan
7) The absence semester grades of a student who has been absent from school during the semester will not be admitted, and enrollment of the semester will be canceled.
8) The professors and lecturers of each subject should post the grades of their subject within 10 days after the termination of the final exam and access the integrated information system to complete the grade entry on the web.
Correction of grades
1) The submitted grades may be corrected with the permission of the president only if there is unavoidable reason such as mis-description (mis-writing or omission of grades).
2) Grade Correction Procedures
A) A student must view check his/her grades and if there is any objection to the grades, he / she should raise the objection to the grades to the professor.
B) After receiving a complaint from the student, the professor should examine it, and if the reason is recognized, he/she should submit the grade correction document with the explanatory statement and supporting documents to the School Affairs Team within two weeks after the end of the final examination.
C) If the student has not applied for correction during the period of grading / correction, he / she may not raise an objection to the grades later.
3) In the case of courses that are difficult to submit grades within 10 days after the end of the final examination, such as classes during the vacation, overseas classes, the grade submission and correction period may be determined separately.
Calculation of grade point average
1) The calculation of GPA for each subject is calculated by multiplying the number of credits of the subject by the grade point average of grade level.
2) The calculation of the grade point average is based on the weighted average method using credits and is rounded up to the third decimal place.
3) The calculation of the total grade point averages does not include the previous grades of the re-completion subjects.
4) If the number of credits earned is different and the grade point average is the same, students with more credits will be prioritized.
5) Credits and grades of courses marked as P and N are excluded from the grade point average and ranking calculations.
Grade warning, flunk, honor students
1) Grade warning
A) If the grade point average at the end of semester is less than 2.00, preliminary grade warning is given.
B) If the average grade point average is less than 1.80, a grade warning should be given and be written in the school register.
C) Students in the department of medicine are flunked without grade warnings
D) If a student receives two or three consecutive grade warnings, he or she will be classified as a student requiring intensive guidance and will be notified to the family and given special guidance by the faculty (department) concerned. Despite the special guidance, if the student receives 3 or 4 consecutive grade warnings, he/she will be expelled.
E) If a student is placed under academic probation once, he/she will be required to participate in the win-win Learning Stepping Stone Program at the Educational Development Center during the next semester and if he/she does not participate in it, the number of credits for the next semester will be limited based on the school regulations.

2) Flunk
A) Flunk is applied when a student attending the department of medicine falls under the following conditions:
B) If the student does not earn credits even in one subject of the grades in each semester
C) If the grade point average is less than 2.00 at the end of the semester (1.80 for students enrolled by 1988)
D) The grades earned by the student flunked will be invalid but credits of liberal arts subjects of D0 or higher and major courses of B0 or higher are acceptable.
E) If flunked 4 times in total, the student will be expelled.

3) Honor students
A) Semester Honors: A student who completes at least 12 credits in each semester and has a grade point average of 4.00 or higher will be listed in the school register as a semester honor student.
B) Graduation Honors: A student whose grade point average is 4.00 or higher in the total number of courses completed as a graduation candidate should be a graduation honor student and recorded in the school register.