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- April 6th, 2016, 02:39 AM #1
I have finished college with Diploma in field of science and I am very keen to carry on my education in field of medicine (MBBS). Could you kindly help me for this case please? Is there any chance for me as an oversea Pakistani student to come over? Also, do I have to sit for an entry exam (SAT ll or UKCAT) before applying? Please Help!!!?April 6th, 2016, 11:24 AM #2
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[QUOTE=MissFunnyNose;215050]I have finished college with Diploma in field of science and I am very keen to carry on my education in field of medicine (MBBS). Could you kindly help me for this case please? Is there any chance for me as an oversea Pakistani student to come over? Also, do I have to sit for an entry exam (SAT ll or UKCAT) before applying? Please Help!!!?
Now that you want to come to Pakistan and earn a MBBS degree, you will have to apply through HEC or PTAP. HEC is basically where majority of the foreign students get in through and to qualify for it you will need atleast 550 in SAT II for biology, chemistry, and physics or a math(bio and chem are mandatory and thried subject can be in physics or maths) SAT II along with other things you can see in the requierements section on the HEC site. The PTAP seat is basically like a scholarship where you only pay ~30,000ruppees (~$300 US Dollars) per year and for PTAP SAT II isnt required, its all based off your school grades. However PTAP seats are much more limited then HEC seats. HEC yearly Fee is ~60,000 ruppees (~$6k US Dollars).April 6th, 2016, 06:04 PM #3April 17th, 2016, 03:34 PM #4
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Sure you can apply through HEC and PTAP but you can communicate with the uni directly as well. I personally find it easier to directly communicate with the university. I'm an overseas Pakistani as well applying to DIMC this year and I'm in contact with them through e-mail and they're guiding me through the application process step by step.
Also most medical universities in Pakistan require you to have SAT II scores of 550 and above (3 subjects - Biology, Chemistry, Physics/Math) and an IBCC equivalence of 60%. If I'm not wrong, after you receive your A level results (or 12th grade/AP results depending on what exam you give), you apply for an IBCC equivalence certificate where they convert your marks to a percentage.
That's the case with most of the unis in Pak ^ If you're apply to Aga Khan though then they have a few more requirements.
Good luck!April 17th, 2016, 09:45 PM #5
Really helpful, thanks a ton.April 23rd, 2016, 11:14 PM #6
You can also apply to the colleges in under UHS by giving SATII in bio, chem and physics. They had overseas seats for students in 2015 and I'm pretty sure they'll have them for students in 2016. I'm not sure if you're supposed to give the "punjabi MCAT" or not. Maybe you'll find some information on their website ()April 24th, 2016, 07:55 AM #7April 24th, 2016, 08:06 AM #8
Thanks all for your Replies, much appreciated!
But I'm still a lil confused regarding SAT II.
Do I have to come to Pakistan for the exam or they have centres in the UK too?
Thanks in advanceApril 24th, 2016, 11:17 AM #9April 24th, 2016, 03:59 PM #10
Thanks so much Fuzz
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