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- August 24th, 2010, 09:29 PM #21
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can someone please tell me about the A'level MCAT this year? was it fair and did many A'level students make it? I have to decide between F.Sc and A'levels in a day or two and am really confused!!!August 25th, 2010, 01:14 AM #22
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I would suggest you should do F.Sc if you plan on joining a Gov.med. college later but if you plan on going abroad after college than A levels is better. F.Sc is better for getting in most of the med.college's. They always have an upper hand.
Last edited by MastahRiz; August 25th, 2010 at 01:34 AM.March 4th, 2011, 12:33 AM #23
hey everyone, so as disscussed above only uhs affiliated colleges needs u to pass mcat, so does these policies continue till now(2011)? I mean i've heard that there were alot of changes made in mcat policies for 2011 session....March 4th, 2011, 08:47 AM #24
Yeah ! UHS introduced a lot of changes in MCAT for 2011 onwards . . .
visit UHS site for details.!
now for taking admission in a UHS affiliated college, u have to just appear in MCAT, no matter how much marks u get in it.
but itz mentioned on PMDC site, that privates will b also obliged to consider 50% MCAT weightage, instead of taking their own tests, so u can realize MCAT's importance.
rest of the weightage will be of 40% FSC / Alevelz & 10% matric / olevelz.March 4th, 2011, 02:55 PM #25
So is it compulsory to just appear in the mcat or its required to pass it?
Well whats about universties which r not affiliated with uhs such as nust and aga khan? They need mcat too?March 4th, 2011, 04:04 PM #26March 4th, 2011, 06:16 PM #27
i meant to say that does nust and aga khan requires u to pass the mcat along with their own tests? Or they have nothing to do with the mcat whether we pass it or fail it...?March 5th, 2011, 01:58 PM #28
Aga Khan says in its brochure 2010-11;
Requirements of the Pakistan Medical and
Dental Council (PMDC):
In accordance with the requirements of the Pakistan and
Medical Council (PMDC), all candidates who are
eligible to write the Centralized Admission Test of their
respective provinces must write that test. The University
will conduct its own admission process to develop a
provisional rank order for admissions. Admissions to the
Aga Khan University will be confirmed only if candidates
in the provisional rank order of the Aga Khan University
secure marks in their Centralized Provincial Admission
test in accordance with the decisions that will be taken by
the University nearer the time. This stipulation will not
be applicable to candidates from provinces where the
centralized admission test is not conducted.
In-short u'll hav 2 just appear for pmdc test (uhs mcat for punjab), there is nothing like passing percentage after the decisions made by lahore high court for last session, but uhs policy may change for current session regarding the passing percentage.
most probably same will b applicable for nust also.
Last edited by anas91; March 5th, 2011 at 02:01 PM.March 5th, 2011, 06:49 PM #29
Thanku anas for ur assistance. You proved helpful...April 6th, 2011, 04:34 AM #30
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Just for clarification...can overseas students with an IBCC certificate sit in the entry test as local students? (I've heard that they can, just clarify please!)
IF yes, are they admitted based on their merit too or do they just have to get 60% in the entry test and get admitted as they're overseas as well.
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