Date of publication 19-May- 2021

This is a circular letter for our students and faculty members regarding the final exams of the clinical years ( 4th, 5th and 6th) in Faculty of Medicine/ YU 

At the start, Congratulations for the happy Eid Al Fitr , we wish you the best in your lives and the success in the coming final exams


In line with the decisions of the higher education council , the finals will be online using the platform


The student can enter the exam platform the same way he could log in to his E-learning  platform by using his university number and the personal password, This platform will open for medical students between 1-3 pm only. and the exam will be available just at the times written in the curriculum of final exams attached in this circular. Once the student logged in she/he will find all the subjects she/he registered in the first and second semesters. So we urge our student to revise his registered courses in the platform to be sure that all the courses she/he will apply for their exams are in his account. If any course in unavailable the student has to show up in the faculty campus and take a letter for the admission and registeration department to register this course to be available in his account before the exam.


All the exams will be held at the times and dates in the table attached to this circular.


All the exams and as usual will be in the form of Multiple choices questions (MCQs)


Number of questions in the exams are as follows:

 6 th year major courses: 100 questions  ( duration: two hours)

5th year minor courses: 50 questions (duration: one hour)

5th year sub major courses: 60 questions (duration: 70 minutes)

5th year major( Obs. and Gyne) 100 questions ( duration: two hours

4th year all courses 100 questions (duration: two hours



All the exams in all courses will be done as multiple forms


All the exams will be in a (one-way pattern MCQ exam), which means you have a one try to answer this question, once you skipped it or moved to the next question you cannot go back to the old question, so you have to answer the question the best as you know before moving to another question.



If you faced any technical problem with the exam platform or you couldn't log in to it, you have to apply by e mail letter from your university e mail (during the 24 hours since the exam start time). This letter should be directed to the following doctors (cc. e mail letter):

1- the course coordinator  the mail addresses of all CMS departemnt doctors are written in the table in this page

2- Dr. Mohammad Al Zoubi ( the dean assistant for clinical sciences) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

3- Dr. Muntaser AlOmari ( The coordinator of clinical education) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

No letter concerning this issue will be accepted after the 24 hour margin. 

Any (Incomplete) exam will be held inside the campus, not online


Any student who has a problem regarding internet availability or personal lap top, computer or smart phone availability can request an in-campus place from the deanship before the exams. The deanship will ensure a place inside the faculty campus where he can do his exams in a suitable way.

The following is the table of the exams of all the clinical years ( 4th, 5th and 6th) with the day, date, starting time and duration of each exam



exam curriculum 2021 

vaccination schedule


The administration of Yarmouk University via public relations department announced today May 27th, 2021 the schedule of COVID 19 vaccination for the medical students and the teaching and administrative staff in Faculty of Medicine/ YU.

The announcement is as follows:

'Yarmouk University starts the COVID 19 vaccination campaign next Saturday May 29th, 2021 that comes in collaboration with ministry of high education and scientific research and ministry of health (M.O.H.). The campaign continues for two days ( Saturday and Sunday).  The targets of this announcement are medical students in the clinical years (4th, 5th and 6th years) , administrative and academic staff of Faculty of Medicine /YU and administrative and academic staff of Al-Husn and Irbid university colleges who are qualified to take the vaccine and who have already registered in the M.O.H. vaccination platform .

Those who were called to get vaccinated has to head to Conferences and seminars building beside the Presidency building to get vaccinated by qualified trained nurses from Yarmouk University health center. The campaign starts at 8:30 am till 2pm in each of the campaign two days.

Mr. Mokhles AlEbbeeni , the head of public relations department  and the spokesman of Yarmouk University called the family of the university to cooperate with the campaign by registering in the M.O.H. vaccination platform, and to get the vaccine. This step will be a major help to the national efforts of the COVID 19 pandemic standoff. The success of this campaign will lead to a safe return of the academic life inside the university campus. Mr. AlEbbeeni stressed on the necessity of determining the (business sector) field in the form as (Education sector) during filling the registeration form in the platform.'

The Faculty of Medicine deanship calls all our students and staff to cooperate with this campaign announced by the presidency. We expect you all to be a role model to our colleagues in the university. Let's make it happen and return back to our campus for learning and teaching as soon as possible.

Thank you so much.

final exams announcement en resized


 Date of publication: April 21st, 2021


The deanship of Faculty of Medicine/YU announces the schedule of final exams for the clinical years ( the 4th, the 5th and the 6th) for the academic year 2020-2021, as follows:


4t year final exam

5th yr finals edit

6th year final exams



Date of Publication May 2nd, 2021

Dear 6th year Medical students:  


In pursuit of Faculty of Medicine YU to give our students the maximum benifit and to allow them complete the clinical training in hospitals after a period of online learning due to the last outburst of COVID19, The faculty administration decided the following preocedures for the sake of using the available training facilities at their best with a meticulous consideration of the high health standards in term of number of students in each facility and at a time.

The time of compensation will be at the lower limit but to the highest probable benifit of exposure to patients and clinical instructors. Considering both the valuable clinical training and the ideal time of graduation that won't interfere with the start of internship year that will start after completion of final exams as scheduled.

The following procedures should be respected and followed strictly:

1- The batch will be divided into four groups , each group consists of 54 to 56 students and the groups will be appointed to the four majors of sixth year ( Medicine, Surgery, Obs. & Gyne and Pediatrics).

2- Each group will be divided into 4 subgroups , each subgroup will consist of 14-15 students.

3- Two clinical instructors will be responsible for each subgroup, So the subgroup will again be divded into smaller group of 7 to 8 students

4- General Surgery and Internal Medicine training facilities are: 1- Princess Basma Hospital. 2- Jerash Governmental Hospital  3- Clinical skills Lab in the Faculty of Medicine Campus

   Obs. & Gyne training facilities are: 1- Princess Badea Hospital of its two wards ( Labour ward and Obs. & Gyne. ward). 2- Jerash Governmental Hospital

   Pediatrics training facilities  are: 1- Princess Rahmah Hospital and 2- Yarmouk Governmental Hospital.

5- Regarding transportation between the Campus and hospitals:

  - For Jerash Governmental hospital , the 45 students going there daily will be divided into two buses, each of which the capacity is 45 passengers, so each bus will take just half of its capacity ( i.e. 20-25 students)

- 15 students who are assigned to Yarmouk Governmental hospital  will ride a bus with a capacity of 26 passengers.

6- All students should stick to the general safety measures ( putting face masks all the time , periodic hands sanitizations by alcohol and other effective hand sanitizers., avoid the isolation wards , and keep spacing among themselves and others.

7- No way , Two smllest groups of 7 are allowed to gather for clinical rounds. This absolute prohibition is set to get the maximum scientific and training benifit and to keep with the rules of health and safety.

Faculty of Medicine set those rules for your benifit, We are working to protect your health, as well as to bave the way of your future career as you are our near future doctors. We are looking to prepare you with the best preparation needed to get the positions you hope and deserve not only inside Jordan but in all the reputable centers in the world. We depend on your sense of responsibility in this compensation period, as we believe in you as role models in this worldwide health crisis. We are happy to hear from you any feedback you think could benifit the whole batch. 



                                                        Deanship of Faculty of Medicine/ YU