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 List of posted grades
Semester 1/2020

Tuesday, December 29, 2020 
ME420 SEC.750001
IE362 SEC.750001
IE490 SEC.750001
AE311 SEC.750002
AE474 SEC.750001
ME420 SEC.750001
IE362 SEC.750001
IE490 SEC.750001
AE311 SEC.750002
AE474 SEC.750001
CE221 SEC.750001
Monday, Dec 28, 2020  
SC183 SEC.750001 - 750002/770002
IE457 SEC.750001
LE468 SEC.750001
CE441 SEC.750001
CE416 SEC.750001
AE596 SEC.75001
CE371 SEC.750001
CE362 SEC.750001
AE205 SEC.750001
AE211 SEC.750001
TU104 SEC.750004/770004
IE121 SEC.750001-750002/770001 - 770002
EL214 SEC.750001/770001
EL214 SEC.750002
ME400 SEC.750001
LE301 SEC.750002
LE320 SEC.750001
CE491 SEC.750001
CE492 SEC.750001
CE493 SEC.750001
IE353 SEC.750001
ME230 SEC.750001 /770001
Thursday, Dec 24, 2020
ME310 SEC.750002
ME380 SEC.750001
ME480 SEC.750001
ME482 SEC.750001
TU104 SEC.750003
Wednesday, Dec 23, 2020  
LE203 SEC.750001
LE209 SEC.750001/770001
TU108 SEC.750001-750002/770001-770002
AE200 SEC.750001
IE252 SEC.750001-750002
IE337 SEC.750001
IE358 SEC.750001
CE321 SEC.750001
CE322 SEC.750001
LE340 SEC.750001
ME444 SEC.750001
ME430 SEC.750001
SEC133 SEC.750001-750002/770001-770002
AN336 SEC.750001-770001
CE101 SEC.750001 - 770001
IE261 SEC.750001 - 750002 /770001 - 770002
ME331 SEC.750001
ME330 SEC.750001
ME431 SEC.750001
AE491 SEC.750001
CE201 SEC.750001
IE433 SEC.750001
IE433 SEC.750001
Monday, Dec 21, 2020
AE373 SEC.750001
LE360 SEC.750001
LE467 SEC.750001
AE348 SEC.750001
Friday, December 18,2020
TU105 SEC.750001 - 750002/770001
TU104 SEC.770001
AE422 SEC.750001
CE106 SEC.750001/770001
LE201 SEC.750001
LE200 SEC.750001
LE240 SEC.750001
ME200 SEC.750001
LE203 SEC.750002/770002
EL314 SEC.750001
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2020
TU104 SEC.750001 - 750003
TU050 SEC.750001 - 750002
MA111 SEC.750001 - 750002/770001 - 770002
EL214 SEC.750003 - 750004/770004
EL314 SEC.750002 - 750003/770001
EL202 SEC.750001
LE200 SEC.750001
LE242 SEC.750001
CE271 SEC.750001
CE272 SEC.750001
CE351 SEC.750002
IE311 SEC.750001
IE408 SEC.750001
AE314 SEC.750001
AE315 SEC.750001
AE461 SEC.750001
Tuesday, December 7, 2020 
AE100 Sec.750001
AE280 Sec.750001
AE284 Sec.750001
CE352 Sec.750002
IE302 Sec.750001
IE305 Sec.750001
IE364 Sec.750001
LE363 Sec.750001
Monday,Nov 23,2020
TU108 Sec.750001, 770001, 750002, 770002
Monday, Oct 26, 2020  
MA214 Sec.750001 - 750003 & 770001
Wednesday, Oct 14, 2020 
IE353 Sec.750001
Monday, Oct 5, 2020 
IE364 Sec.750001
AE461 Sec.750001


 List of posted scores
Semester 2/2019

Thursday, March 12, 2020    
Wednesday, March 11, 2020    
MA131 Section 750001/750002/770001/770002
Friday, March 6, 2020    
MA111 Section 750003/770003


 Grading system

Evaluation of a student’s achievement in a course is recorded by letter grade symbols as follows:



GPA Points 





 Very Good 






 Fairly Good 









 Very Poor 





Other letter grades,  without credit points, are assigned for course work taken as follows:
         W    Withdrawal
         S     Satisfactory
         U    Unsatisfactory

     Course’s grades are calculated at the end of each semester. A grade report will be sent out to students’ home address by the TEP-TEPE Student Affairs Officer. Students are graded for their required work, which may vary from course to course, during the semester. This may include, but are not limited to, the following:
     • quizzes
     • term papers
     • book reports
     • assignments
     • class participation
     • attendance
     • midterm and final examinations
All assignments, essays, reports or research papers, including computer work, must be the student’s original work.

Grade Point Average and Cumulative Grade Point Average
     The student’s Grade Point Average (GPA) is determined by dividing the total number of quality points earned by the total number of credits attempted for the semester. The number of quality points is computed by multiplying a GPA point of the grade earned by a number of credits of the course taken. The total number of credits attempted is computed by adding the credits for all courses, in which the student has earned grades of A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, or F.
     The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) will be used to define the student’s academic standing. It is determined by dividing the total number of quality points earned thus far by the corresponding total number of credits attempted.

Students whose CGPA falls below 2.00, except the first semester of the first year, will receive Warning 1, Warning 2, or be placed on the academic Probation, and immediately notified on their grade report according to the conditions shown in Fig.

Removal from probation
     Students may be removed from probation when the CGPA of the probationary semester becomes 2.00 or higher. Failure to achieve the minimum CGPA standards in the allotted time is a ground for immediate dismissal.

     Students who fall into one of the following categories will be dismissed from TEP-TEPE:
     1. Receiving CGPA below 1.50 for the first two semesters of study.
     2. Students who fail to be removed from academic probation within the time allowed.
     3. Students who have repeatedly violated the university rules and regulations that govern student conduct, some of which include, but not limited to the followings:
- Plagiarism of assignments
- Cheating during examinations
- Drug use
- Damage to the university’s property or reputation
- Gambling, stealing and other inappropriate behaviors

Repetition of a course
     Only a course with an F or a W grade must be re-enrolled. However, students receiving a D or D+ grade in any course that requires at least a C grade in accordance with the requirement of Council of Engineer may retake that course.

Right of appeal
     Students have the right to appeal for the revision of a course assessment. For the midterm examination, students should directly contact their lecturers within 7 days from the date of announcement of the test result. For the final examination, a request with fee must be submitted within 30 days from the date of receiving the grade report from the Office of the Registrar. Students should consult with the TEP-TEPE Academic Affairs Officer for more information.

Suspension of study
     Students who need to suspense their study should submit a request to the TEP-TEPE Student Affairs Officer for an approval from their advisor. However, the freshman students are not allowed to suspend studies. A maximum suspension of two consecutive semesters, not including the summer session, is normally granted.

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