Morocco lacks med schools and teaching hospitals. Seeing that we are 400 persons per class, we never have good interactions with professors, not to mention that even during workshops and training we are still many students in a group. It’s true that lectures and exams aren’t well organized but we are fine with that since knowledge is everywhere nowadays and the internet and books make it easy for us to grasp the fundamentals of medicine. BUT the real problem is during clinical years, where we have to do rotations in the hospital. And I believe that it’s the most important part of our medical education, yet we find ourselves 30 persons per department and it’s almost impossible for us to get the best of this department, actually we don’t even get the necessary since the teachers and residents are indifferent towards us and we spend the mornings walking around wishing that one person will have mercy on us and teach us something. As a solution I suggest that more teaching hospitals should be built for us to have smaller groups and better trainings.