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Exam instructions, No. 134 in 2000


Article 8: Fourth: In the case of success of a student in all subjects and failing in some study materials of the last stage, he can succeed to the next stage but still be considered failing even if he succeed in the next stage.

Article 9: The student is considered failing in any study material if his absences exceeded (10%) of the planned hours for that material without any legitimate excuse or (15%) with a legitimate excuse approved by the council of the college or the institute.

Article 10: The student can participate in the second phase exams if he did not participated in the first phase according to a legitimate excuse approved by the council of the college or the institute and authenticated by official documents in one of the following cases:

  • First: Sudden illness.
  • Second: Death of one of his relatives of the first degree of kinship.
  • Third: Run over accidents.
  • Fourth: Sudden arrest.

Article 11: Study materials of a practical or an applied nature that don't have a final exam are excluded from the second phase exam, determined by the council of the college or the institute at the beginning of the academic year and this is should be announced to students.

Article 12: It is not allowed to postpone the second phased exam any way.

Article 13: Ten degrees are discounted from the final grade for the study material that the student succeeded in during the second phase exam when calculating the rate, except in case of an acceptable degree of success (50%).

Article 14: Board of department prepares final results and presents recommendations to the council of the college or the institute for approval and announcement, except the last grades that are authenticated by the university president or chief of the technical institutes board.

Article 15:

  • First: The student rate is calculated on the basis of degrees he obtained in each study material and taking into account the number of units of each material.
  • Second: A unity is considered one theoretical hour effort, per week for (15) weeks.
  • Third: Every two practical hours in college are equivalent to one theoretical hour and every three hours are equivalent to an hour and a half while in the institute one theoretical hour is equivalent to one practical hour.

Article 16:

  • First: Student graduation rank is calculated according to the following:
    1. For two years of study, the rate of years to calculate the graduation rank as follows:
      • First year: (40%).
      • Second year: (60%).
    2. For four years of study, the rate of years is allocated as follows:
      • First year: (10%).
      • Second year: (20%).
      • Third year: (30%).
      • Fourth year: (40%).
    3. For (5) years of study, the rate of years is allocated as follows:
      • First year: (5%).
      • Second year: (10%).
      • Third year: (15%).
      • Fourth year: (30%).
      • Fifth year: (40%).





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