Question bank is a set of different questions the lecturer puts for the curriculum he/she teaches in a way that they cover all the scientific topics in the curriculum. The lecturer should put these questions along the semester or the year, giving these questions to students two weeks before the final exam. The question bank should contain at least 40 questions for a curriculum given in a semester and 80 questions for the one given in a year; without providing answers. For the final exam, the lecturer chooses a number of questions from this bank without any question out of it. This step is decided to help students follow the curriculum and strengthen their ability to comprehend it. It is worth mentioning at the end that this is an important step towards quality and it is been applied in many advanced universities in the world.