Examination and Final Score
A. Assessment of Learning Outcomes
1. Student activities and progress are assessed periodically through university exams comprised of written exams, assignments, or presentations.
2. Exams are held through the Final Semester Examination (UAS) and Final Project Examination (Thesis Examination).
3. Final Semester Examination (UAS) is a structured assessment of learning outcomes to be held on a scheduled basis at the end of the semester.
4. Lecturers may determine students’ assignment in the form of paper writing or other forms of activities.
B. Students’ Achievement
1. Students’ achievement in their course is determined by assessment through the Final Semester Examination (UAS), assignments, and lecturer observations.
2. Students’ achievement in completing the Master’s Program in Law is determined through the Final Project Examination/Thesis Examination.
C. Semester Exam
1. Requirements for Taking the Exam
To be eligible for Final Exam, students must:
a. Pay tuition fees in the current semester
b. Meet the minimum requirement of 75% attendance
2. Exam Duration and Question Forms
a. The duration for final exam is determined by the weight of the course credits and the type of exam.
b. The number and weight of the exam questions are adjusted to the exam duration.
c. Semester exam may take the form of written exam, oral exam, or paper-based exams.
d. The due date for submission of final exam paper is in accordance with the predetermined exam schedule.
e. Students who fail to take the semester exam, must take the course exam according to the lecturer in the next semester exam period.
3. Final Semester Examination Terms
a. Final Semester Examination is an exam that is held on a scheduled basis at the end of each semester.
b. Final Semester Exam Materials include lecture material delivered during lectures.
c. Final Semester Exam scores are stated in the form of numbers or letters.
d. Semester examination assessment is the average of the sum of the scores of 2 or more lecturers.
e. If the lecturer does not submit the grade within the specified time limit, the Program has the right to issue the grade with B.
f. If the lecture submits the grade after the issuance of the grade by the Program, the grade from the lecturer will only be applied as long as it benefits the student and as long as the student has not carried out the thesis exam.
g. Students who are found to violate final paper examinations (plagiarism), including theses, are subject to academic sanctions in the form of cancellation of grades and are required to repeat the course.
4. Follow-up Examination and Remediation
a. Students are allowed to take follow-up exams and repairs by paying tuition according to applicable regulations.
b. The procedures and assessment methods for students who will take the Remedial/Supplementary Exam are the same as that of the Final Semester Exam. The final score for the course is determined by taking the best score, either from the Final Exam scores or the Remediation Exam.
c. A student who takes a follow-up/retake exam with a different tutor must complete the course exam provided by the new tutor, by taking into account the previous attendance.\
D. Final Assignment Exam/Thesis Exam
Provisions regarding thesis supervision and examination are elaborated in the thesis guidebook: click here
E. Scoring System
1. Lecturers scores students’ academic performance in the final exam and Thesis Exams in the form of numerical scores.
2. The final grade of a particular course is stated in letter grade with the following grading scale:
|Numeric Score||Letter Grade|
|80,00 – 100,00||A|
|75,00 – 77,49||A/B|
|72,50 – 74,99||B+|
|70,00 – 72,49||B|
|67,50 – 69,99||B-|
|65,00 – 67,49||B/C|
|62,50 – 64,99||C+|
|60,00 – 62,49||C|
|55,00 – 59,99||C-|
|50,00 – 54,99||C/D|
|45,00 – 49,99||D+|
|40,00 – 44,99||D|
3. Students who do not take Final Exam are not entitled to receive a grade (will be graded with an ‘F’)
4. The above scoring shall be adjusted to the relative ability of the examinees in the relevant subject.
5. The final grade of a course is based on the average score of all teaching lecturers in that particular course
F. Grade Point
1. Grade Point Average is an average of all the grade points students have earned over the course of a degree program. Grade Point Average is measured by the following formula:
2. There are two types of Grade Point Averages: Semester Grade Point Average and Cumulative Achievement Inde. Semester Grade Point Average is the average grade point earned by students in a certain semester, while Cumulative Grade Point Average is the average grade point achieved by students for all courses taken, based on the ‘best’ score.
3. Honor predicate for graduates are determined by the following guideline:
a. GPA 3.76 – 4.00 : Cum Laude
b. GPA 3.50 – 3.75 : Good
c. GPA 3.00 – 3.49 : Very Good
4. Cumlaude Predicate Guidelines
Special Cumlaude predicate is given with conditions:
a. Minimum GPA 3.76.
b. Maximum Study Period of 24 months (2 years).
c. Scoring an A-grade in Thesis (in one thesis exam).
d. Never commit academic violation.
e. Never score a-D grade.
G. Study Evaluation
Master’s Program in Law of Universitas Islam Indonesia evaluates the students’ academic achievement at the end of each semester based on the following guideline:
Students’ achievement is evaluated in the following 5 stages:
1. End of semester evaluation
It is an evaluation to determine student’s academic achievement in each semester.
2. Evaluation of the first year of study (Progress of New Students) is an evaluation of the students’ academic achievement based on their learning activities in their first year to ensure their attendance for 1 year or 2 semesters in the learning process. New students who are found to be inactive for 1 year or 2 semesters (GPA = 0), since their admission as a student in Universitas Islam Indonesia, will be subjected to administrative sanctions of discontinuation of study in the Master’s Program in Law of Universitas Islam Indonesia. That said, all his rights as a student of Universitas Islam Indonesia are annulled by law, even though he has paid the first installment and/or enrollment fees as a student of Universitas Islam Indonesia. All submitted payment cannot be refunded under any circumstances.
3. Inactive limit evaluation (unauthorized leave)
Students who are found to be inactive (leaving without permission) for 2 consecutive semesters and/or more will be discontinued from their study in Master’s Program in Law of Universitas Islam Indonesia.
4. Evaluation of the program time limit
Students’ academic achievement is evaluated at the time limit of the study period of 8 semesters, as a basis to determine whether the student needs to withdraw from the program. Students who have reached the program time limit (8 semesters) will be required to withdraw from the program (drop out)