The system of measuring and evaluating student achievement in chemistry undergraduate program is determined according to Selçuk University Associate Degree and Undergraduate Education and Examination Regulations. Exams Written Polling, Oral Examination, Test Exam etc. can be done with one of the measurement types or mixed. Less than 5 (five) or less than 25 (twenty-five) questions in written exams are not considered. Any of the questions asked in written exams cannot exceed 30 points. In the test exams, the score of each problem should be equal. Each exam is measured at 100 (one hundred) point and the results of the exams given by the instructor are indicated with a numerical score over 100 (one hundred) points. One of the Absolute Assessment System and / or Relative Assessment Systems is applied in the evaluation of the exam grades. In the Absolute Assessment System , the success of a student is determined by the value of the grade that the student takes from the course he / she takes, regardless of the success of the other students in the group. Relative Evaluation System is a statistical method which aims to measure a student's success not according to absolute standards, but according to the general success of the student group. In this system, increasing the success of a note in the direction of general Raw Success Grade  of the group is seen as increasing success while decreasing in succession decreases success. Detailed information about the principles of measurement and evaluation can be found in the Selçuk University Associate Degree and Undergraduate Education-Examination and Examination Regulations given at and the Selçuk University Associate Degree and Bachelor Degree in Measurement and Evaluation Directive.