What makes a good course?

quantifying pass rate as a function of student CEQ responses


  • Anna Dalklint
  • Axel Henningsson
  • Pegah Nikbakht Bideh
  • Johan Ruuskanen
  • Qunying Song


In this work, we have reviewed the eect of passing rate to the CEQ (Course Experience Questionnaire) in both a basic and an advanced level courses given at Lund University over the period of 10 years. For that all of the six available CEQ features was included. The results indicated that for the basic course, usually there is a positive trend to the passing rate for all six CEQ metrics. But in the advanced level course, since the students usually have developed their study techniques, the positive correlation between metric and pass rate is smaller.