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REGULATIONS FOR STUDENT PROGRESS IN THE 2-Year Pre-Professional Program
Internal Policy & Procedure
Date: 4th January 2008
Title: REGULATIONS FOR STUDENT PROGRESS IN THE 2-Year Pre-Professional Program
1.Statement of Purpose
The REGULATIONS outlined in this IPP are intended to define the procedures for the progression
of students enrolled in the 2-Year Pre-Professional Program at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences. These REGULATIONS have been developed in accordance with the rules and REGULATIONS of the Ministry of Higher Education.
2. General Guidelines:
2.1. The 2-Year Pre-Professional Program is composed of sequential courses integrating,
language and basic sciences.
2.2. Grades are given at the conclusion of each course ****d upon summative examinations.
2.3. The course grade comprises continuous assessment and end-of-semester final
2.4. Continuous assessment will constitute 50% of the total mark of each Science course
and the final written examination will constitute 50%.
2.4.1. Continuous assessment is divided as 20% for each of the two mid-term
exams offered and 10% for STUDENT assignment and presentation.
2.5. Continuous assessment will constitute 60% of total mark of each English course and
the final written examination will constitute 40%.
2.5.1. Continuous assessment is divided as 20% for each of the three mid-term
2.6. Continuous assessment will constitute 40% of total mark of each Arab & Salam course
and the final written examination will constitute 60%.
2.6.1. Continuous assessment is divided as 20% for each of the two mid-term
2.7. The STUDENT in the premed Program has to achieve a cGPA of 3.0 or more to proceed in
the medical Program at the College of Medicine.
2.8. If a STUDENT in the premed Program achieves a cGPA of <3.0 , he is offered the chance to join other colleges in the university (other than college of medicine).
2.9. If a STUDENT in any of the programs achieves a cGPA of < 2.5 (by the end of 3rd semester), he has to leave the Program and will be offered an alternative Program (such as phlebotomy, emergency diploma or other courses approved by the university).
2.10. The STUDENT has to finish all the courses required by the 2-Year Pre-Professional
program before he can proceed to the professional programs of the university.
3. Semester 1:
3.1. Semester 1 constitutes of condensed basic and intermediate courses in English Language, one Arabic Language course, and one Islamic cultural course.
3.2. English Language courses:
3.2.1. A STUDENT who has completed the requirements of the courses, and has either pass all English courses offered or obtained more than 60% in composite score of English courses, is allowed to PROGRESS to Semester 2.
3.2.2. A student, who fails all English courses or fails to achieve 60% in the composite score of English courses, will not be allowed to proceed to the next semester, and is required to repeat Semester I in the following year.
3.2.3. Composite score for English courses is calculated ****d on the weight of each course in a similar fashion to GPA.
3.2.4. No remedial examination will be given for the English courses in this semester.
3.3. Arabic Language and Islamic culture courses:
3.3.1. A STUDENT who fails either of these courses will be permitted to proceed to Semester 2, and will take a re-sit examination for the failed course within the first month of Semester 2.
3.3.2. If the STUDENT passes the remedial examination, he will be issued a grade of “Pass” (D) for the course, regardless of the mark obtained on the remedial examination.
3.3.3. If a STUDENT failed in the remedial exam of either of these courses, he has to retake
the course next year when offered, however he will be permitted to proceed in the following semesters.
4. Semester 2, 3, 4:
4.1. A student, who passes all of the courses in These Semesters, will be allowed to PROGRESS to the next Semester of the Program.
4.2. A student, who does not attend the final examination without a valid excuse, will be deemed a failure and given a grade of “F”. If he does not attend due to a valid reason, which is approved by the College, he is required to sit an examination similar in ******* and structure of the unattended examination, within a duration that does not exceed the first month of the next semester, provided that his attendance in the block is not less than 75%.
4.3. If a STUDENT fails any courses in these Semesters, a remedial examination will be offered
during either the summer or the first month of the following semester as long as he did not fail courses with a total exceeding 50% of credit hours of that semester.
4.4. A STUDENT who failed courses of more than 50% of the total credit hours in that semester
will be asked to repeat the semester in the following year.
4.5. The remedial examination will be similar in ******* and structure to the failed examination. An “In Progress” (IP) grade will be placed in his official tran******.
4.6. If a STUDENT failed the remedial exam for any course, he will repeat the semester in the following year.
4.7. In the event that the semester is repeated, only the failed courses will be re-taken.
5. Academic Warnings:
5.1. If a STUDENT obtains a CGPA of less than 2 by the end of any semester, he will receive an academic warning.
5.2. A STUDENT will be dismissed from the College if he receives three consecutive academic warnings; however, the University Council, ****d upon the recommendation of the College Council, may give a STUDENT a fourth chance if there is a possibility that he can raise his CGPA to 2.
5.3. A STUDENT should complete the graduation requirements within a time frame, which does not exceed an extra 50% of the total duration of the program; however, the University Council may make an exception to extend the time to double the duration of the program.
Dr. Abdulmohsen Alkushi
- Chairman, Department of Basic Sciences
College of Medicine
- King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences
Prof. Youssef Al Eissa
- Dean, College of Medicine
- Vice President, Educational Affairs King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences
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