Advice on which unis to apply in
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    Advice on which unis to apply in

    So guys i have done Alevels and have lived my whole life up till now outside of Pak
    I have given sat 2 MCAT and nums test
    My aggregate when calculated is 81, 66 and 74 respectively now I need advice on which unis to apply too and also I can not pay the fees for foreign and I can barely manage 8lack rupees for some unis
    Any advice would be appreciated
    And also repeating a year is not an option
    I would rather go to another field
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    hey. Even I am an overseas pakistani. idk about nums but I know that your SAT and MCAT aggregate is not enough to get you into local/open merit seat which we can afford. I think you should consider some other opetions as well
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    For government you can't get in until you have at least 82% and even that doesn't guarantee anything. You need at least 85% to get in a govt med school. For privates the fee will be a lot I repeated a year and now I'm trying for privates. If that's not an option for you try other fields. Shalamar offers financial aid. You should look into that. And also, try other fields as per your interest. I've heard that biotechnology at FC college is amazing. And psychology at BNU if you're interested. There is also doctor of physiotherapy at multiple places like Shalamar, LMDC etc. There are millions of fields to go into! Best of luck :+1:
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    what is your agregate this year?
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    As I mentioned In the post if you calculate using sat it's 81 and if you calculate using my MCAT marks it's 66 the reason being I scored really bad in MCAT also I can pay private fees but can't pay any donations
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