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my dear friend calculations and stats makes me idiot i dont know what people done in matric fsc because i dont do well in that #yesi just know one thing in statistics: 2010 people with 75% pcnts invited for apps and merit is 81.7 and .................................................. .in 2011 people with 78% pcnts invited for apps and merit is 81.9(my friend confirmed it ,who scores 82.3 and is in sialkot.this was for DG khan first list ) and for year 2012 fingers crossed :cool: all the very best to you#happy
Last edited by h.a.; October 3rd, 2012 at 01:05 AM.October 3rd, 2012, 12:13 PM #247
;(.....I AM TENSED...I AM GONNA CRY...83.2%not enoughOctober 3rd, 2012, 01:13 PM #248
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Firstly, I certainly don't hope the merit increases, INSHALLAH. The UHS authorities already stated the MBBS merit as 82.5% before MCAT 2012, they can't go back on it midway. They should either have announced merit increase on their website and newspapers before this year's exam or should implement it from next year.
Secondly, UHS should accept the fact that MCAT result will incline and not decline in the coming years, because papers are out and the pattern has been understood by all academies and students and all others concerned, so increasing merit isn't the solution. A better solution would be to increase open merit seats, which they will never unanimously agree on.
Statistically, Pakistan is the 4th hardest working nation in the world and also the 4th in Education world-wide with minimal resources of all sorts. This clearly shows that Pakistan's youth (70% of the population) has the potential, the will and the skills to gain higher education become professionals. The future of Pakistan rests in the hands of us students (children of the common man, the middle class worker). Give us the opportunities to excel instead of adding additional obstacles in our path, and making higher education a luxury for the rich only. We will be the ones to help Pakistan excel further and compete with the global market.
For crying out loud, look at our neigbor India; the govt has decided to end entry test by next year and all premedical students with 50% marks in high school can attend any medical college of India and even study medicine abroad with this percentage. To compete, Pakistan has to act fast, otherwise, we will be left behind (God forbid).
Bottom-line, increasing the merit is not a good solution. If it has to be done, well this is not the year. Conseqences of this action will be too adverse.October 3rd, 2012, 03:41 PM #249
Anyway, I hope all of you get admissions where ever you desire, Insha Allah.October 3rd, 2012, 03:47 PM #250
I agree with the fact that the open merit seats are really deficient. But I will disagree with you to some extent. Uhs mcat is open to all people whether they are rich or poor. There is no priority to the rich. Everybody gets equal chance to expose his potential. n there are no self finance seats in govt. colleges too then How would you say that it's biased towards someone. I think that MCAT is the best way to judge pre-med students. Anyways, everybody has different viewpoints. Maybe you don't agree with me. And as far as merit is concerned, It will increase as we all know. We can't hide the fact.October 3rd, 2012, 03:52 PM #251
^^I too didn't read anywhere that merit is going to be 82.5 #eekOctober 3rd, 2012, 04:13 PM #252
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i agree.in pakistan we donot have enough seats iin fact there arnt enough colleges. medicine is an expensive education n requires a lot of advancement from time to time. the government colleges they just hold on to their prestige that was set by our ancestors decades ago! point is where do we stand now in the world at large? people who apply to america for studies have to sit through a single test SAT (and mcat for med but med costs a lot there). and its not like theres a specific merit to clear. those with close to a 2400 score on SAT get ino ivyleagues with scholarship too. and those with around 2000 score, even they get into a decent enough college. but here in pakistan, students are just held back, beacuse there arent enough resources to utilise their talents. you just cant say a person with 82% cannot make a good doctor and that with 82.1% can! the system is flawed, from fsc to mcat to merit! ( i said flawed, not unjust..just to be clear i am not attacking anyone its just my opinion). i read somewhere on a forum a girl with 1900 something in SAT got into nust on foreign seats beacause they are more in number, and i have been told that you cant get in with a score of 2290 beacuse there are barely any sat seats for nationals.October 3rd, 2012, 06:15 PM #253
i think its a time for jamal to post some new optimistic pics come on bro do that
Last edited by h.a.; October 3rd, 2012 at 06:46 PM.October 3rd, 2012, 07:34 PM #254
Nouman,its not just about Uhs,its about the overall prevailing conditions in our country. Students from rural background still don't have the requisite resources to ensure their presence in such a competitive environment. I mean 21k,10k for tuition centers -there are academies for every stage and hardly any child of a laborer,carpenter etc makes it to the medical colleges these days.
^h.a lets be optimistic about the world cup for now .
Last edited by Usman Ejaz; October 3rd, 2012 at 07:36 PM.October 3rd, 2012, 08:15 PM #255
IF THE STUDENTS HAVING AGGREGATE ABOVE 82% ARE not eligible for getting admission in medical colleges...then govt.should end this system....that is unfair...if a students has an aggregate of 86% and the other 1 has 83%...then that doesnot mean that other one is not intelligent....no difference.....in my view...so u ppl should stop spreading anxieties and worries.....otherwise no1 will come to this forum...as u knw well....so please...i request u 2 be optimistic...Allah will do best inshallah...October 3rd, 2012, 08:16 PM #256October 3rd, 2012, 08:28 PM #257
pray for success...October 3rd, 2012, 09:01 PM #258October 3rd, 2012, 11:24 PM #259October 4th, 2012, 01:44 AM #260
^I didn't talk about foreigners.
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