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- August 9th, 2008, 10:20 PM #61August 10th, 2008, 12:08 AM #62
on the basis of your fsc\equivalent marksAugust 10th, 2008, 06:36 AM #63August 11th, 2008, 12:20 AM #64
as an overseas pakistani with 804/1100 in fsc federal board what r my chances in a government university in punjab if there is no entry test?any guesses any1?plz do reply...August 12th, 2008, 01:58 AM #65
last yr abt 2000 people from all over punjab scored more than 900 marks
and about 3000 people should be there this time, who have marks in fsc more than 900, if u include the people who r tryin againAugust 12th, 2008, 04:21 AM #66
804/1100 is ACTUALLY GOOD for a foreginer
especially after they deduct 20% from ur average
for a foregeiner there is no way you can get 900+/1100#confused
plus foreginers are only competing among foreigners
Last edited by MedGrunt; August 12th, 2008 at 04:51 PM. Reason: unconsolidated postsAugust 12th, 2008, 07:37 PM #67
hey , there is always a way, if u have three A grades in A level and A grades in the five required subjects u can get an equivalence of 935/1100August 12th, 2008, 07:39 PM #68
and they don deduct 20% if uv done A levels but they deduct only 10 %
if u r not a foreigner(not holding pakistani citizenship) u compete with the rest of the punjab not among foreignersAugust 13th, 2008, 02:28 AM #69
i came upon this..thot it might be useful forr u guyss as well
Schedule of Admission 2008Availability of Entrance Test Forms from prescribed banks
11th August 2008 (Monday)
Submission of entrance test form and same day issuance of Admit Card
11th to 20th August 2008
Last date for submission of Entrance Test forms
20th August 2008 (Wednesday)
Entrance Test at ALL centres
24th August 2008 (Sunday)
Availability of Prospectus
1st September, 2008 (Monday)
Last date for Submission of admission forms for the Eligible candidates
10th September, 2008 (Wednesday)
Medical Examination of Disabled candidates
Test for Hafiz-e-Quran
22nd September, 2008 (Monday)
Receipt of appeals by disqualified Hafiz-e-Quran/Disabled candidates
23rd September, 2008 (Tuesday)
Appellate Committee meeting for Disabled/ Hafiz-e-Quran candidates
25thSeptember, 2008 (Thursday)
Display of Provisional Merit List
27th September, 2008 (Saturday)
Submission of objections/ claims regarding merit list
29th & 30th September, 2008
Display of Final Merit List
1st October, 2008InterviewsOpen Merit
13th to 18th October, 2008
20th & 21st October 2008
22nd & 23rd October 2008
Disabled, Minority, OPF
23rd October, 2008
24th & 25th October,2008
Commencement of Classes
1st November, 2008August 13th, 2008, 12:24 PM #70August 13th, 2008, 09:34 PM #71
yeeeeeh...i completely forgott the link but da site wus where they post all da entrance test results too...if u no wut im tlkin abt ..or else i ll try lukin for da link agenAugust 13th, 2008, 09:58 PM #72August 19th, 2008, 12:05 PM #73
i got m y ibcc score...... what do i do next how do i apply and when do classes start for govt. colleges .... need help u guys... i wanna apply under the self finance scheme......? someone please give some answers
BELAL KHAN#winkAugust 19th, 2008, 03:04 PM #74August 19th, 2008, 07:29 PM #75
I realize that things can tend to be very confusing for the first-timers who go through their admission process, I know I was. But, take this forum as only a guide and not as an authoritative source.
Firstly, you have gone through the hard part of obtaining your IBCC equivalence, believe me it is an achievement of its own.
Secondly, just don't apply to a single college. To be on the safe side, keep your preferences wide open.
Finally and most importantly, you have to know what colleges you would like to go and study. Visit their websites if applicable. Private colleges are really good with ways they represent the list of their prerequisites and they are very clear of what they want from you. Some may even offer online application processing. Just follow the guidelines mentioned there and you will be fine.
And do browse and surf through the forum threads right here at medstudentz.com. Most of your questions have already been answered, not once but several times.
If you are still confuse, you are free to ask for further query.#yesAugust 21st, 2008, 01:32 PM #76
hey!!!!! whats thisAugust 21st, 2008, 01:41 PM #77September 9th, 2008, 08:08 PM #78
did any hear aboutt foreginers ritingg an entrry test caz i jus came across as articlee...#confused
Separate entry tests for overseas Pakistanis
By ASIF CHAUDHRY submitted 20 hours 7 minutes ago
LAHORE - University of Health Sciences will hold separate entry tests in the first week of October, 2008 for the overseas Pakistanis, foreigners and students of other provinces for admission in medical and dental colleges. It is for the first time that a separate exam is being arranged for the outsiders.
This entry test will be conducted by UHS, which is to conduct all the entry tests. Before that King Edward Medical Administration used to conduct the entry test in which there was no provision of participation of foreign students or Pakistani students living abroad. The Pakistani expatriates who wanted to join the medical profession back home have been pressing the govt to allow them to take part in the entry test.
Meanwhile, UHS announced the date September 14, 2008 for the entry test for the students from Punjab, which is too limited a time for the overseas students to complete their preparation. Hence, UHC fixed first week of October for the overseas’ students.
It is pertinent to mention here that UHS was allowed to conduct entry test when the chief minister had made announcement in this regard few weeks ago. The management of UHS, however, gave no sufficient time period to the students studying abroad or overseas Pakistanis and announced September 14 of the current month for the entry test.
An official at University of Health Sciences told this scribe that as many as 1,000 overseas Pakistani students, studying abroad and belonging to the other provinces of the country will appear in the entry test being conducted in the month of October this year. The management of UHS was under immense pressure from the students and their families to make arrangements for separate entry test, as they could not appear in the September 14 entry test.
A source in the Punjab health department said the number of students appearing in the entry test was many times higher than the number of seats available in the private as well as public sector medical colleges. “Around 18,000 students have applied from all across the province for the entry test being conducted by UHS on September 14, 2008” the source said adding that out of these 6,500 students are from Lahore.
He disclosed that against the said number of students, there are only 2,156 seats available in the public while 800 in private medical colleges which means there is a large number of students who had no option other than to join any other professions.
He further revealed that no less than 90 per cent students usually qualify the entry test but many of them were forced every year to take up other profession after failure to get medical colleges.
A female student who had applied for the entry test said the Punjab government should direct all the private and public medical colleges to start evening classes to accommodate the affected students who qualify entry test.
It is pertinent to mention here that UHS has established centers at different cities of the province to facilitate the students at their doorsteps for the entry test. These centers are situated at Sheikh Zayed School, near Canal Rest House, Rahim Yar Khan, Ghulam Muhammad Ghotvi Hall, Abbasia Campus, Islamia University Bahawalpur, Examination Halls, BISE, Main Muzaffargarh Road, DG Khan, BZU, College of Engineering, Bosan Road, Multan, Examination Halls, BISE, Lahore, University of Health Sciences, Lahore, University of Agriculture, Jail Road, Faisalabad, University of Sargodha, University Road Sargodha, Govt Boys Degree College, Fareed Town Road, Sahiwal, Govt Boys Degree College, Fareed Town Road, Sahiwal, Punjab University Campus, Gujranwala, near Ali Pur Chowk, Rawalpindi Bypass, University of Gujrat, Jalal Pur Jatan Road, Gujrat, Siddique Public School, 6th Road Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, and Mashal Girls Degree College, Quaid Avenue, Wah CanttSeptember 9th, 2008, 09:49 PM #79September 11th, 2008, 05:29 AM #80
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oh god... same with me.. i even hav my admit card for the test on the 14th!!! where did u get this article? are you sure its accurate and not just a hoax?? and if i cant change my test date can i still also write the test in october?? and if this is true.. shudnt it be on the UHS website??
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