NUMS Aggregate Calculator
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NUMS Aggregate Calculator
The medical college’s Admission Test (MCAT) is a compulsory test for all the Public and Private Medical Colleges of Pakistan. MCAT is a test that determines a student’s eligibility for admission to approved/recognized medical colleges in Pakistan or abroad to enter MBBS or BDS and other undergraduate medical courses.
Candidates applying for open merit seats in the First Year (MBBS) and all other types of seats must pass the Test with a minimum score of 60%. They will not be eligible for admission if students are unable to score 60% aggregate in their entry test.
Pre-medical students who seek to get admission in nums affiliated medical colleges, add your marks to the National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS) aggregate calculator, then you can calculate your total aggregate percentage. In the given box, enter your intermediate and aptitude test scores. Click on the calculate button when you’ve finished filling out the form. In the aggregate box, you can check your final score/ aggregate.
NUMS Admission Criteria:
- 70% marks are required in Intermediate (Pre-medical)
- Minimum 60% marks, in the entrance test.
- Minimum 70% Aggregate – (for the admission in M.B.B.S.)
Who is Eligible:
- All Pakistanis, including 4 provinces and federal.
- Azad Jammu and Kashmiris.
Here is the complete detail about the NUMS entry test. a total number of MCQs 180. Each Multiple choice question carries one mark. No negative marking.
- Biology 70
- Chemistry 45
- Physics 45
- English 20
The time allowed for the test is 3 hours.
NUMS Registration Date and Schedule:
The date and time for the Nums entry test in 2021 have been confirmed. The online registration for the nums entry test is expected to start in July. The registration deadline for the nums entry exam is expected in September. The entry test fee for NUMS is 3000Pkr.
Here is the list of test centers. Choose your nearest center.
The NUMS entry test is very important and competitive. More than 30,000 candidates appear each year. The passing ratio is 5%.
- The major part of the test is based on Biology questions, 70 multiple-choice questions out of 180, was biology. The focus on biology plays a significant role. Read the National Book Foundation’s Biology Book as well as the Punjab Textbook Board’s Biology Book.
- The chemistry part is based on 45 Multiple Questions which are general. Based on general chemistry concepts. Please follow the nums syllabus. Nums Booklet is best for practice.
- Physics part is also based on 45 MCQs based questions. The questions are complicated in comparison with Biology and Physics. The questions are based on Numericals and theoretical questions. For preparation students can take guidance from their Intermediate textbooks.
- Students should have a good command in English tenses, prepositions, and vocabulary as English part is purely based on English Grammar.
Pattern of NUMS MCAT
- NUMS-MDCAT Aptitude Test shall comprise a single question paper containing 200 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) divided into the following four (04) sections, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English.
- Total time for attempting paper will be 150 minutes. No marks will be deducted on wrong answers i.e (no negative marking)
- Following the 150-minute NUMS-MCAT, a 30-minute aptitude test will be administered. This Aptitude Test is required, but it will have no bearing on the order of merit.
- More details and guidelines for filling out Answer Sheets and the syllabus will be available at www.numspak.edu.pk.
Who Can Apply For NUMS MCAT
- A-Level and Fs.c pre-medical students with a minimum of 70% marks are eligible to apply. A candidate who has passed any other examination by a foregin university in the subjects of Biology, Chemistry, and English.
- Hafiz e Quran will get an additional 20 points. If he or she passes the Hafiz Quran Examination, which is conducted by the Admission Board of the National University of Medical Sciences.
The test consists of Multiple Choice Questions and the questions will be 200. The Entire Entry Test is Divided into four sections
- Biology (80 MCQs)
- Chemistry (60 MCQs)
- Physics (40 MCQs)
- English (20 MCQs)
Weightage of Nums MCAT:
- HSSC/Fsc 50%
- Entry Test 50%