The Final result for Sept 2021 Comprehensive Basic Sciences examination

26 September 2021 | 13:22 Code : 415 Student News
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The Final result for Sept 2021 Comprehensive Basic Sciences examination

Dear Students,
The Final result for Sept 2021 Comprehensive Basic Sciences examination which was based on the National Examination has been published.
Congratulations on reaching the goal for those MD & DDS and Pharmacy Students who passed (قبول) successfully the Comprehensive Examination and enter the next Clinical phase at ICTUMS.
There is no secret to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure. Well done! A lot of people would like to move mountains, but few of them are willing to practice on small hills. Congratulations on completing this first stage of your future career!
Also, for those who cannot make it this time, I would like to point out, that this result neither questions your scientific qualification nor your commitment to education. Please keep in mind that passing this phase is extremely competitive and the number of passed students is limited.
Based on the decision of Medicine and Dentistry School, and the Educational office of ICTUMS those students who weren’t passed the Exam (failed -مردود ), should participate in the oncoming; March 2022 Basic Sciences Examination. The current term (Sept 2021) courses for those who are in the clinical/physio-path phase will be removed from their academic record and they cannot attend their final examinations.
Those MD students who are studying their 5th term of the MD/MBBS program, can be carrying on their courses and should prepare for March 2022 comprehensive examination.
The course registration for the Next term March 2022 on the academic year 2021-2022, is subjected to the success in March 2022 Basic Sciences Examination for all mentioned students.
 
Best wishes for continued success.
Best Regards
Educational Affaires of ICTUMS
 
Below you can check your Passport No./SID to know the final pass/Fail result and your score. The cut-off passing mark for Dentistry was 81 and for Medical and Pharmacy students was 87.