Application Decisions of the Department of Sociology of the Faculty of Letters for the Methods of Calculating Learning Outcome Acquisition Percentage and Numerical Determination of its Contribution to Program Outcomes

There are 2 options in the system during Course Grade Evaluation. The faculty member can use whichever of the two different options he/she prefers. One of them calculates the average question score, and the other calculates the number of students who exceed half of the question score. (In other words, the first option is known as the list, the second option is also known as the bell curve application.)
One of these calculations is selected and applied by the faculty member to obtain the relevant LO (Learning Outcome) outcome matrix scoring of the courses.

(Note: If the exam average is below 50 points, using the number of students who score above the question score average as a success criterion will give more meaningful results. However, if the distribution of exam grades is symmetrical, using the number of students who score above half of the question score as a success criterion will give more meaningful results.)

Exam questions must match all LOs. In addition, the final exam should be designed to cover all LOs.
Since the make-up exam is an alternative to the final exam, the questions must be equal in number and paired with the same LOs.
The final and make-up exam must be matched and the relevant scores must be entered in the Excel file. In other words, if the student has taken the make-up exam, the final grade must be updated by replacing it with the make-up grade. Likewise, the make-up exam should be transferred to an Excel file as a midterm grade.
As it is known, evaluation is made with 5 equal scales out of 100 points. Therefore, the faculty member can move the LOC outcome score up or down by a maximum of 2 points.
Courses with more than one branch should be evaluated jointly in the same Excel file.
Test/True false etc. Multiple-question exams can be grouped as the instructor deems appropriate.
In the DEBİS relative grading system, midterms, finals, homework, projects, quizzes, etc. are calculated as in the BNS calculation. Just as students who are zero or do not meet the evaluation criteria and students who receive a score below 20 in the final, make-up exam or raw grade in accordance with the regulations are excluded from the system, they should also be excluded from the calculation for LOE achievements.
Since the program outputs of the LO and the relevant department match and each department provides education in line with the program outputs, the relevant scores must be obtained meticulously and stored in the course files archive, in order for the process to proceed smoothly.