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STEP SELF ASSESSMENT TEST 2022

INTRODUCTION TO STEP SELF ASSESSMENT TEST 2022

Students willing to attempt Entry Test 2022, it’s time to gauge your preparation! STEP brings its renowned scholarship based Self-Assessment Test (SSAT) 2022. This test by the largest Entry Test preparatory network of Pakistan is a golden opportunity for students to know about their true standing for Entry Test. SSAT will not only help students to assess their preparation for Medical and Engineering Entry Tests but also provide students a great opportunity to get free Entry Test Preparation from STEP. Carrying the legacy of Punjab Group of Colleges, STEP is striving to equip students with the arsenal requisite to outshine in the Entry Test. STEP Self-Assessment Test (SSAT-2022) is a great platform for students to get Entry Test experience before appearing in the Entry Test 2022. Attempting SSAT will help students to understand the mechanism of Entry Test and on the other hand, the 3000 top scorers of SSAT will be able to get FREE Entry Test preparation from STEP.

BENEFITS FOR SSAT 2022

Striving for excellence, STEP Self-Assessment Test 2022 welcomes students to come and appraise their standing for the Entry Test. This renowned STEP Self-Assessment Test is going to benefit students in 75+ cities of Pakistan. STEP, Self-Assessment Test will serve students on two levels. On the first level, they will get a clear picture regarding their preparation. On another level, this test will provide detailed information regarding the entrance test for Medical, Dental, and Engineering Institutions. Praising the hard work of students, STEP will be conferring Free Education to 3000 Top Scorers of STEP Self-Assessment Test 2022. This includes students of Medical and Engineering students. Don’t wait and seize the chance to light up your future.

ELIGIBILITY FOR SSAT 2022

Anyone from Intermediate Part-II or repeater students who is aspiring to get admission in Medical  & Engineering Institutions can show up for STEP Self-Assessment Test 2022.

All students, from Punjab Group of Colleges and Hadaf Group of Colleges or students from any other institution can appear in this scholarship based test.

*Note: ICS Students having combinations of statistics and economics are not eligible for SSAT 2022

OPEN & FREE FOR ALL.

STEP Self-Assessment Test 2022 is free for Intermediate Part-II or repeater students who are aspiring to get admissions in Medical & Engineering Institutions.

SCHOLARSHIP POLICY FOR SSAT 2022

Scholarship policy for STEP Self-Assessment Test is straight and holistic. Along with 3000 top scorers STEP will also give scholarship to other students as well.

  • 100% Scholarship for Top 3000 scorers.
  • 25% scholarship for Non-Punjabians or Non-Hadaf College Students scoring 80% and above marks in the STEP Self-Assessment Test
  • 15% scholarship for Non-Punjabians or Non-Hadaf College Students on qualifying in the STEP Self-Assessment Test

NATIONAL MDCAT / ECAT /ETEA SYLLABUS

SYLLABUS OF ECAT
SUBJECT Chapter/TOPIC
Mathematics Functions, types of functions, real valued and vector valued functions, horizontal and vertical line test, tests of symmetry, graphs of functions, compress stretch, and shift conditions. Domain and range, implicit, explicate, parametric logarithmic exponential and piece wise functions. Even-odd functions, composition of functions, inverse functions. Limits and continuity, criteria of finding limits and continuity at a point or on an interval algebraically or graphically, convergence of a sequence by limit on term. Average and instantaneous rate of change, slopes of tangents, derivatives of any order. Differentiability at a point or on an interval. Maclaurin’s and Taylor’s series, increasing and decreasing functions, extrema and concavity. Differentials and approximations, applications of rate of change and differentials.
Physics Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetism
Chemistry 1. Fundamental Principles of Organic Chemistry 2. Alphatic Hydrocarbons 3. Aromatic Hydrocarbons 4. Alkyl Halides 5. Alcohols, Phenols and ethers
Computer 1. Introduction to programming, C/C++, Language translators 2. Variables, Keywords, Constants, Operators, comments, data types in C/C++ 3. Input/Output in C/C++ => printf/scanf, cout/ cin, format specifiers, escape sequences etc 4. Control structures ( Sequence, Selection, Loops)
English 1. Sentence Completion 2. Analogy 3. Vocabulary (Synonyms, Antonyms) 4. Preposition 5. Reading Comprehension
6. Identification of Part of Speech
SYLLABUS OF NATIONAL MDCAT
SUBJECT Chapter/TOPIC
Biology 1.Coordination and control/nervous & chemical coordination

a.Nervous system

    • Nerve impulse
    • Steps involved in nervous coordination
    • Neurons (Structure and Types)

b. Transmission of action potential between cells–synapse

    • Electrical synapses
    • Chemical synapses
    • Transmission of nerve impulse across synapse

c.Hormones

d.Endocrine glands

e.Feedback mechanism

    • Positive feedback mechanism
    • Negative feedback mechanism

f. Reflexes and reflex arc
g. Levels of the spinal cord and its main functions
h. Parts of the brain with their main functions

2.Reproduction

    • Male reproductive system
    • Female reproductive system (including menstrual cycle)
    • Sexually transmitted diseases

3.Support and movement

a.Cartilage

b.Types of muscles

    • Skeletal muscles
    • Cardiac muscles
    • Smooth muscles

a.Structure of skeletal muscles

b.Mechanism of skeletal muscle contraction

c.Types of joints

    • Gout and arthritis
Physics
Electrostatics

Learning Outcomes:

Coulomb’s Law, Electric Field Strength, Electric Potential & Electric field as Potential Gradient, Electric field lines, Electric field intensity due to an infinite sheet of charge and between two oppositely charged parallel plates, Capacitor, Capacitance of a capacitor and its unit, Capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor, Energy Stored in a Capacitor, Charging and Discharging of a Capacitor, Polarization of dielectric of a capacitor.

Current Electricity

Learning outcomes:

OHM’s Law, Electrical resistance, Specific resistance or resistivity, Effect of temperature on resistance, Temperature coefficient of resistance, Variation of resistivity with temperature, Concept of steady current, Internal resistance of a supply, Electric power, Unit of electric power, Kilowatt-hours.

Electromagnetism

Learning outcomes:

Magnetic field, Magnetic flux, Magnetic flux density, force acting on a charged particle in a uniform magnetic field.

Chemistry
1. Fundamental Principles of Organic Chemistry:

COURSE CONTENT

    •  Classification of organic compounds
    • Isomerism

Learning Outcomes

    • Define organic chemistry and organic compounds.
    •  Classify organic compounds on structural basis.
    • Define functional group
    •  Explain isomerism and its types.
Chemistry of Hydrocarbons

    • Open chain and closed chain hydrocarbons
    • Nomenclature of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes
    • Benzene: Properties, structure, modern representation, reactions, resonance method, electrophilic substitution,
    • The molecular orbital treatment of benzene.

Learning Outcomes

    • Classify hydrocarbons as aliphatic and aromatic.
    • Describe nomenclature of alkanes.
    • Define free radical initiation, propagation and termination.
    • Describe the mechanism of free radical substitution in alkanes exemplified by methane and ethane.
    • Explain the IUPAC nomenclature of alkenes.
    • Explain the shape of ethene molecule in terms of sigma and pi C-C bonds.
    • Describe the structure and reactivity of alkenes as exemplified by ethene.
    • Define and explain with suitable examples the terms isomerism and structural isomerism.
    • Explain dehydration of alcohols and dehydrohalogenation of RX for the preparation of ethene.
    • Describe the chemistry of alkenes by the following reactions of ethene:
    • Hydrogenation, hydrohalogenation, hydration, halogenation, halohydration, polymerization.
    • Explain the shape of the benzene molecule (molecular orbital treatment).
    • Define resonance, resonance energy and relative stability.
    • Compare the reactivity of benzene with alkanes and alkenes.
    • Describe addition reactions of benzene and methylbenzene.
    • Describe the mechanism of electrophilic substitution in benzene.
    • Discuss chemistry of benzene and methyl benzene by nitration, sulphonation, halogenation, Friedal Craft’s alkylation and acylation.
    • Apply the knowledge of positions of substituents in the electrophilic substitution of benzene.
    • Use the IUPAC naming system for alkynes.
    • Compare the reactivity of alkynes with alkanes, alkenes and arenes.
    • Describe the preparation of alkynes using elimination reactions.
    • Describe acidity of alkynes.
    • Discuss chemistry of alkynes by hydrogenation, hydrohalogenation, and hydration.
    • Describe and differentiate between substitution and addition reactions.
Alkyl Halides

    • Classification of alkyl halides
    •  Nomenclature
    •  Reactions
    • Mechanism of nucleophilic substitution reaction SN1, SN2, E1 and E2 reaction

Learning Outcomes

    • Name alkyl halides using IUPAC system.
    • Discuss the structure and reactivity of RX.
    •  Describe the mechanism and types of nucleophilic substitution reactions.
    •  Describe the mechanism and types of elimination reactions.
Alcohols and Phenols

  • Alcohols:
  • Classification: Primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols
  • Nomenclature
  • Reactivity
  • Phenols:
  • Physical properties
  • Nomenclature
  • Acidity
  • Reactivity

Learning Outcomes

  •  Explain nomenclature and structure of alcohols.
  •  Explain the reactivity of alcohols.
  •  Describe the chemistry of alcohols by preparation of ethers and esters
  •  Explain the nomenclature and structure of phenols.
  •  Discuss the reactivity of phenol and their chemistry by electrophilic aromatic substitution.
  • Differentiate between an alcohol and phenol.
English
1. Verb Tenses

2. Subject Verb Agreement

3. Preposition

4. Adjective, Adverb

5. Pair of Words ………1st year

6. Idioms……… 2nd year

7. Vocabulary (Intermediate level)

  • Synonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Sentence completion
  •  Spelling errors

8. Reading Comprehension

  • Short Passages
LOGICAL REASONING
  • Logical Problems
  • Logical Deductions
  • Analogy
  • Statement and Course of action
  • Cause and affect

Source

Online links recommended by PMC on its website.

Syllabus for ETEA ENGINEERING

SUBJECT Chapter/TOPIC
Mathematics Functions, types of functions, real valued and vector valued functions, horizontal and vertical line test, tests of symmetry, graphs of functions, compress stretch, and shift conditions. Domain and range, implicit, explicate, parametric logarithmic exponential and piece wise functions. Even-odd functions, composition of functions, inverse functions. Limits and continuity, criteria of finding limits and continuity at a point or on an interval algebraically or graphically, convergence of a sequence by limit on term. Average and instantaneous rate of change, slopes of tangents, derivatives of any order. Differentiability at a point or on an interval. Maclaurin’s and Taylor’s series, increasing and decreasing functions, extrema and concavity. Differentials and approximations, applications of rate of change and differentials.
Physics Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetism
Chemistry 1. Fundamental Principles of Organic Chemistry 2. Alphatic Hydrocarbons 3. Aromatic Hydrocarbons 4. Alkyl Halides 5. Alcohols, Phenols and ethers
Computer 1. Introduction to programming, C/C++, Language translators 2. Variables, Keywords, Constants, Operators, comments, data types in C/C++ 3. Input/Output in C/C++ => printf/scanf, cout/ cin, format specifiers, escape sequences etc 4. Control structures ( Sequence, Selection, Loops)
English GRAMMAR

  1. Subject Verb Agreement
  2. Tenses and conditionals
  3. Prepositions
  4. Conjunctions
  5. Active Passive
  6. Narration

VOCABULARY

  1. Synonyms
  2. Antonyms
  3. Sentence completion

TEST PATTERN

TEST PATTERN

NMDCAT-SSAT 2022

S.No Subject No. OF Mcq’s In Test
1 BIOLOGY 35
2 CHEMISTRY 30
3 PHYSICS 30
4 ENGLISH 20
5 Logical reasoning 5
    • GRAND TOTAL: 120 MCQ`s
    • Duration For NMDCAT-SSAT= 120 Minutes  (2 hours)
    • TOTAL MARKS:120

ECAT / ETEA - SSAT 2022

S.No Subject No. OF Mcq’s In Test
1 PHYSICS 35
2 MATHEMATICS 35
3 CHEM/COMP 30
4 ENGLISH 20
  • GRAND TOTAL: 120 MCQ`s
  • Duration For ECAT-SSAT= 120 Minutes (2 hours)
  • TOTAL MARKS:480

INSTRUCTIONS

After registration students will receive a message for credentials of SSAT.

  • Physical test of SSAT has to be given in the campus where you want to study in future as merit will be calculated as per the cluster instructions.
  • Candidates are advised to bring with them a cardboard or a clipboard.
  • Use blue ball point pen only. Lead pencils and markers not allowed.
  • Response form will be issued only once.
  • Completely fill the circle. Inappropriate filling will not be read by the optical mark reader.
  • Fill only one circle for each entry as the answer once marked, is not liable to be changed.
  • The candidate should not mark answers on the Question Paper.
  • Candidates are NOT allowed to carry any textual material, printed or written, bits of paper, envelopes, electronic devices, calculators, mobile devices or any other aiding material inside the examination hall.
  • No candidate will be allowed to leave the test centre until the test and discussion is over.
  • The test will start on the given time and center’s supervisory staff to that effect will make an announcement.
FOR ONLINE TEST
  • Only Sindh, Gilgit Baltistan, Baluchistan and Foreign students can give online test.

DURATION & MARKS

  • For Medical students, the duration of test will be 120 minutes (2 hours).
  • For Engineering students, the duration of test will be 120 minutes (2 hours).
  • There will be no negative marking in the Medical Test. For each correct answer, one (1) mark will be awarded.
  • There will be negative marking in the Engineering Test. For each correct answer, four (4) marks will be awarded. For each incorrect answer (1) mark will be deducted from the total score. No mark will be deducted on not attempting a question.