Students meeting the specified criteria qualify for exemptions from both "MATH 101  Calculus I" and "IF 100  Computational Approaches to Problem Solving".
MATH 101Calculus I Exemption Exam:
Students who:
 Have not yet taken MATH 101.
 Achieve a score of at least 85/100 in the "MATH 101 Exemption Exam" (*), administered by Sabancı University in the week before the semester starts.
Are eligible for exemption from MATH 101.
MATH 101 Exemption Exam 
MATH 101 Grade 
8589 
A 
90100 
A 
(*) The MATH 101 Exemption Exam closely resembles a typical final exam for the course and is conducted in English.
Textbook: Calculus Early Transcendentals 2nd Edition (Global Edition), by Briggs, Cochran & Gillett, Pearson.
Contents of the Exemption Exam:
 Elementary functions and limits (Chapters 1 and 2).
 Derivatives: definition, interpretation, computation, and applications (Chapters 3 and 4).
 Integration: definition, interpretation, and computation (Chapters 5 and 7).
IF 100  Computational Approaches to ProblemSolving Exemption Exam:
Students who:
 Have not yet taken IF 100.
 Successfully pass the "IF 100 Exemption Exam" (**), a written exam administered by Sabanci University in the week before the semester starts.
Are eligible for exemption from IF 100.
IF 100 Exemption Exam 
Total Grade 
IF 100 Grade 

Basics of Computational Thinking (CT) 
Practice CT with Programming 

Min. 25 
Min. 65 
90100 
A 
Min. 22 
Min. 62 
8489 
A 
** The IF 100 Exemption Exam closely resembles a typical final exam for the course and is conducted in English
Evaluation Criteria:
 Application of computational thinking skills in practice.
 Mastery of basic programming concepts in Python, including variables, assignment statements, input/output operations, conditional statements, loops, modular programming, file operations, and data structures like sequences and dictionaries, applied to reallife problems.
Exemption Application
If you wish to be exempted from MATH 101 and/or IF 100, you must submit a written statement to the Foundations Development Directorate (FDD) indicating your acceptance of the letter grade, as shown in the tables, no later than the final workday of the first week of classes. Failure to submit a written statement within the specified deadline will require you to enroll in the course during the first semester it is offered.
Contact Information for Further Assistance:
Arzu Kıran
Foundation Development Directorate
Phone: 0(216) 483 97 08
Email: arzu.kiran@sabanciuniv.edu