MDCAT Entry Test
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MDCAT and its Validity:
University of Health and Sciences (UHS) arranges MDCAT every year in Punjab. It’s a pre admission test. Everyone who aspires to take admission in MBBS or BDS program in any private or public sector university or college of Punjab. This test remains effective for only one year. If you took MDCAT in 2017 but didn’t get admission due to any reason, then you must have to appear in MDCAT-2018. You can’t enroll in Session 2018-19 in MBBS or BDS on the basis of 2017 test.
MDCAT paper is divided into four portions and carries 1100 marks. The time allowed for it is 150 minutes. There are 220 multiple choice questions in this paper. Their division is as follows:
English – 30 MCQs
Physics – 44 MCQs
Chemistry – 58 MCQs
Biology – 88 MCQs
Each answer carries 5 marks, while the one mark will be deducted for a wrong answer.
The one obtained 60% marks in intermediate and having domicile of Punjab or Gilgit Baltistan (G-B) can appear in this test. Foreign and Overseas Pakistani students can also appear in the test against reserved seats. But, this test is not mandatory for them. Such candidates could also present their SAT-II marks sheet.