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- May 12th, 2008, 09:56 PM #41
hey,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i actually took a kips class for entry test at johar town............
they last anywhere from 2-3 months....basically they are all crap except for the question papers they give you....those are priceless.............
since uve done highschool ur going to have to study like hell.............i mean it
every med college entry test is the same format so if u study for one ull be good for the next.........
wut i did was apply to like every med college so with each passing entry test my scores got better and better (they are all mcqs)
oh yeah if u wana go to lmdc SAT2 scores wud be fine u shud have at least 680-700 in each..............i just hope uve got ur ibcc certificateMay 12th, 2008, 10:10 PM #42
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oh...really?! so.. wat do u think... going to kips is worth it or not??
i think i am going to take the govt. college test.. (it's one right?? i dont hav to do it again if i wanna apply to aimc too after KE?) an lmdc test... and the cmh test...
i hope i hope i hope i hope i do okay.. i just took my sat2s on may3rd... i get my results on may22... so lets see what happens iwth that... thanks !
and nope.. no ibcc certificate yet... my uncle has some frends who can help me with that.. inshAllah i will have it within 1-2 weeks after i reach paki...
if you dont mind me asking.. what was ur ibcc score?? do they cut like a ALOT of marks???
oh and also i wanted to ask you.. when you were applying..
which entrance tests did u give.. ? like for which colleges..
Last edited by < sara >; May 12th, 2008 at 10:11 PM.June 5th, 2008, 08:04 AM #43
what if i ahvent taken the SAT's yet. can i still apply wiht my high school transcripts nd a act score
BELAL KHAN#winkJune 5th, 2008, 09:41 AM #44June 5th, 2008, 06:03 PM #45
25. What is an entrance test for medical colleges and who has to take it?If you are applying to a private medical college in Pakistan you will most likely have to take an entrance exam unless you take another exam which the college deems acceptable. Many private colleges will allow you to instead of taking the entrance exam submit scores from the SAT Subject Tests in biology, physics, and chemistry.
Government schools on the other hand require an entrance test from all local students and do not require any entrance examination or SAT Subject Test scores from foreign applicants.
The entrance exams usually cover biology, physics, and chemistry in equal portions and then attribute a small section to English and mathematics. Books are available in bookshops all around Pakistan that have previous exam questions in them along with study guides. Also in the past students have told us that they found the F.Sc textbooks for biology, chemistry and physics to be the most helpful. These too are available at local bookstores.MedGrunt signing out...June 6th, 2008, 06:53 PM #46
Hey also remember that Mathematics is also included in Shifa's entrance test. U will have to prepare the Matric's 9th and 10th books for that (Remember it does not consist of algebra only). BTW its pretty simple and doesn't require a calculator. But studying both books is compulsory. These 10 marks can act wonders!!June 7th, 2008, 07:42 AM #47
i am terrified about the entry exam already! Well, i want to apply somewhere in Islamabad. So, i was wondering that do any of you guys know any test prep centers in Islamabad? Are all the Fsc books the same or not? Ranking wise, how hard is the entry exam for IIMC, Shifa, and AMC?
Do you need an American passport in order for you to apply as a foreigner? Or a green card good enough?June 9th, 2008, 06:50 PM #48
Sorry don't know anything about Passports and Green Card, i think u have to show the passport to confirm that u r a foreigner.
Regarding the rankings Shifa is the best here, then mayb AMC and IMC is the last. It got recognized last year! BTW Shifa stands second in all over Pakistan after Aga Khan....! #happy
About their entry test IMC is the easiest then Shifa and then AMC (hardest).
There are many test preperation centres here in Islamabad as well as Rawalpindi.
Zawiya, Global etc etc. Depends where u want admission.June 9th, 2008, 11:49 PM #49June 20th, 2008, 12:20 AM #50
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man i am doing a levels any how now a days visting pakistan my couzin here she did her Fsc last year she didnt get it in a goverment collage she wasted a whole damn year man shes like she cant afford a expensive private medical shes after me to find and help her what da hell am i suppose to tell her tell me something bout cheap medical collages! aahhh she wants me to ask guys gosh typical pakistani peopleJune 20th, 2008, 10:49 PM #51
im not really sure wut u mean......................is she looking for a cheap private med college in pakistan?June 25th, 2008, 06:40 PM #52
Mayb u shud look at Shariff Medical college, don't know much about it myself but u can try.July 8th, 2008, 07:43 PM #53
hi there i hav heard two versions on ways to prepare for the entry tests;
one is that u only need to memorise your FSc textbooks and not other thing is required
ththe other version is that u shud practice SAT 2 tests as well as they r the ones that actually cum
cud sum1 please enlighten me on which version is true? thanks in advanceJuly 9th, 2008, 09:43 AM #54
study from FSc textbooks. using SAT 2 prep stuff to prepare for entrance tests is a waste of time.MedGrunt signing out...July 9th, 2008, 11:41 AM #55
thnx alot for heloping me out btw is studying at home bettter or joining an academy?and if u join an academy how much time shud u giv it?thnx in advanceJuly 9th, 2008, 09:58 PM #56
Studying at home is much better than joining an academy. Cuz in an academy the teachers just strive to complete the course rather than build up our test based info. They wud just give u sme really hard tests to impress u, in fact not a single question will appear in the actual test. Start memorizing and u won't complain!July 10th, 2008, 11:17 AM #57
you might know that books called"objectives" are available in pakistan they have alot of mcq type questions... is studying from these books helpful?these books claim tht the mcqs given in them is the same type as those asked by the universities.m sorry to bug you like this but m really tense abt getting in...July 11th, 2008, 09:27 AM #58July 11th, 2008, 10:33 PM #59
thanks a lot at least now i know how to start studying...July 12th, 2008, 06:26 PM #60
Thnx Medgrunt, thats a great post!! I gave the test last year and they reduced the time to 1 hour!
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