LMDCAT stands for Long MCAT/MDCAT which is the best possible utilization of the maximum time available to the students during and after 2nd year final exams till the UHS entrance test (MCAT/MDCAT). This session exclusively focuses the UHS syllabus and ensures repeated Evaluation, Practice & Preparation through the following Phases;
Phase- 1: (Sunday Session)
Thorough preparation for MCAT/MDCAT as per UHS syllabus comprising Lectures, Tests & comprehensive discussions according to STEP scheme of studies.
Phase-II: (Regular Prep.)
Phase-II will be the continuation of Sunday Session which includes remaining preparation of STEP SOS (Scheme of Studies).
Phase-III: (Comprehensive Test Session & Crash Program for New students)
Phase-III comprises Tests and detailed discussions only. It is also the crash program.
Phase-IV: (Super Final/Strikes)
Phase-IV is the final round of MCAT/MDCAT preparation containing “FIVE” Full Length Papers consisted of the questions from MCAT/MDCAT past papers ensuring the final revision for the final test (MCAT/MDCAT).
|Subjects||No. of MCQs(200)|
- Applicants must have a minimum score of 770/1100 marks in F.sc (Pre-Medical) or equivalent examination (excluding the marks of Hafiz-e-Quran).
- Candidates having qualification equivalent to intermediate (Pre-Medical) are eligible to apply for admission. The equivalence of qualification is determined by Inter Board Committee of Chairman, Islamabad(IBCC).
- The candidate having domicile of any district of Punjab and Islamabad (ICT) can appear in the Entrance Test of the Punjab.
- Students of Gilgit-Baltistan will also appear in the Entrance Test of the Punjab for admission against seats reserved for them in government medical/dental colleges of the Punjab.
- In accordance with the regulations of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, there is no maximum or minimum age limit for appearance in Entrance Test.
- Twenty marks will be added for being a Hafiz-e-Quran, subjected to verification by a committee constituted by the Board.
- The final merit list will be calculated as under:
- Entry Test Marks: 50 %
- Adjusted marks in F.Sc / Equivalent examination : 50 %
- REGULAR SESSION:
(18 Lectures +36 Tests+5 FLP’s & Follow-up Discussions)
- CRASH PROGRAM
(18 Tests+8 FLP’s & Follow-up Discussions)