The Exams Instructions

The college council or institute council, upon a proposal from the department or branch council in the college where there are no departments, determines the number and type of quest exams, how they are conducted, and their percentages, provided the quest score is between 30% and 50% of the grade. Except for practical and applied topics, the University Council or Technical Institutes Authority determines their percentages.

First and second-round final exams must be confidential in all subjects.The quarterly or annual exam includes the semester or year's course materials, provided the semester lessons were studied for at least (15) fifteen weeks and the annual lessons for (30) thirty weeks.

Final exams, Academic breaks, and holidays are not included.

Each subject requires a 50% passing grade.

In faculties that use the semester system, every two subjects are counted as one annual subject unless the semester subject's credit hours equal the minimum study hours for one subject during the academic year.

The student is allowed to deposit half of the subjects (by repairing the fraction in the case of the number of individual subjects for the benefit of the student) or less in the first round exams to perform the second round exams in the subjects he failed. In contrast, it is considered a deposit from the first round except for students in the medical colleges, subject to the provisions of article (20) of these instructions.

If The student is considered a failure of any of the first or second rounds, the year must be repeated, and he must retake the subjects he failed as well as those he passed.

The failing student shall be exempt from the deleted subjects and shall demand the new topics studied in his class when switching syllabuses, provided that this does not lead to his transfer to the next class or graduation unless required for a subject. Subject to item (ii) of this article.

Suppose the student succeeds in all subjects in his current academic stage but fails in some subjects in an existing grade. In that case, he will pass to the next grade but remain loaded with the subjects he failed, and he must pass in the current academic year even if he succeeded in the next grade subjects.

A student fails a subject if his absence exceeds 10% of the prescribed hours without a college or institute-approved excuse, or 15% with an excuse stipulated by the college council.

The student might participate in the second round exams if his non-participation in the first round was due to a legitimate excuse approved by the college or institute council and supported by official documents. Sudden illness, relative's death, roadkill incidence, sudden arrest.

Practical or applied subjects without a final exam are excluded from the second round exam, and the college or institute council announces this at the beginning of the year.The second-round exam cannot be delayed.

When calculating the average, ten marks are deducted from the subject in which the student succeeded in the second round, except for the successful with a fair average "C", so his grade is 50% in that subject.

The department council prepares the final results and submits them to the college or institute council for approval and announcement, except for finished classes, which are approved by the university president or technical institutes body.

The student's average is based on each subject's grades and units.

The unit is a 15-week, one-hour effort.

Every two practical hours equals one theoretical hour, and every three equals one and a half.

The practical hour in the institute is equivalent to the theoretical hour.