1. The student graduates after he / she successfully passes, the graduation requirements according to the curriculum plan provided that his / her accumulative G.P.A is not less than 2 out of 5. The College Board based on a recommendation from the departments can determine specific courses that the student can take to raise his / her accumulative G.P.A.. And that’s only if the student passes the courses but fails in the accumulative G.P.A..
  2. The student who is assigned to study specific courses to raise his / her G.P.A and doesn’t reach the passing degree is given an exception that doesn’t exceed the limit determined in the rules and regulations by the Ministry of Higher education.