To pass first year examinations and proceed to second year.
The candidate must successfully pass examinations in the following courses.
a) Biology (101) Chemistry (103) Physics (105) mathematics (107) Computer & Information Technology (111) Sudanese Culture (113).
And sit for examination in the following continuing courses.
b) Anatomy (102) Biochemistry (104) Physiology (106) Community Medicine (109) (108) Patient Care and First aid (110) Arabic Language (117,112) English Language (115) (114) Islamic Culture (119) (116).
Failing in 3 of the subjects Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, a candidate will sit for a supplementary failing in the four subjects or in a supplementary, the candidate will discontinue. The candidate will be allowed only one chance as an external student.
Year 2 : To pass the second year and proceed to the third year the candidate must pass examinations in the following courses.
a) Anatomy (201) (202)
Biochemistry (203) (204)
Physiology (205) (206)
Arabic Language (209) (210)
English language (211) (212)
Islamic Culture (213) (212)
b) and sit for an examination in the following continuing course:
– Community Medicine (207) (208).
Failing in two of the subjects Anatomy Biochemistry Physiology: The candidate will sit for a supplementary examination.
Failing in the 3 subjects or in a supplementary examination, the candidate will repeat the year.
Year 3: To pass the third year examinations and proceed to fourth year the candidate must successfully pass an examination in the following courses.
1) Neuroscience (301)
2) Microbiology (303) (302)
3) Immunology (308)
4) Pharmacology (312)
5) Infectious and Endemic disease (314)
6) Basic Clinical Skills (309) (310)
7) Behavioral Sciences (311)
b) And sit for examination in the following continuing courses
Community Medicine (307) (306)
Pathology (305) (304)
Failing in five or less in courses 1 – 7 the candidate will sit for a supplementary examination.
Failing in more than (5) or failure in a supplementary examination the candidate will repeat the year.
Year (4) Four:
To pass the fourth year and proceed to fifth year the candidate must successfully pass an examination in the following courses.
a) 1) Pathology (401) (402)
2) Forensic medicine & Toxicology (406)
3) Medical ethics (405)
4) Psychiatry and Ophthalmology (408)
5) ENT, Dermatology and Radiology (410).
b) And sit for an examination in the following continuing courses.
Community Medicine (403) (404) . Medical emergencies (407) Surgical emergencies (409).
Failing in 3 or less in courses 1 – 5 a candidate will sit for a supplementary Examination.
Failing in more than 3 or in a supplementary Examination, candidate will repeat the year.
Year (5) Five To pass the fifth year and proceed to sixth year the candidate must:
a) Successfully pass an examination in the following courses:
1) Community Medicine (501) (502)
2) Primary Health Care (503)
3) Anesthesiology and orthopaedics (508)
b) And sit for an examination in the following continuing courses:
Obs & Gynae (506)
Failing in one or two of subject No. 1, 2, 3 the candidate will sit for a supplementary examination. Failure in three subjects or in a supplementary examination the candidate will repeat the year.
Year Six: To be eligible to sit for the Final Professional examination the candidate must have:
a) satisfactorily attended all the prescribed courses & rotations.
b) successfully passed all the examination in years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
c) submitted all the continuous assessment requirements for Medicine Paediatrics Surgery and Obs. & Gynae.
- The final examination will be held in two parts (see examination regulation part one).
- Failing in 3 subjects or less, a candidate will sit for a supplementary examination. The date of the examination will be decided by the Faculty Board.
- Failing in the four subjects a candidate will repeat the four courses and sit for examinations at the end of the academic year.
- A candidate failing more than once in any course in the final year will be given a period of Hospital attachment and training decided by the Faculty Board before being allowed to take the examination again.
- In any of these examinations, the External Examiners’ decision shall prevail.