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Monday, August 8

Closing merits of NUST 2016

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Closing Merits of NUST 2016

NUST uploaded the First selection for all UG programmes (NET and SAT based) except Applied Biosciences on August 5th. The Second merit list was uploaded on August 15th. The closing merits of NET Based admissions are listed below. The closing merits of the next lists will be added in the same post after the lists are out.


Field
Closing merits of Engineering/Computer Science 
1st
List
2nd
List
3rd
List
4th
List
5th
List
6th
List
7th
List
8th
List
Civil Engineering (Risalpur)
1060
1359
1380
138014481463

Environmental Engineering (Islamabad)
1647
2209
2506277629493032

Civil Engineering (Islamabad)
759
1039
1039103910451045

Geo Informatics Engineering (Islamabad)
1783
2366
2634286030653109

Mechanical Engineering (Islamabad)
196
275
275282282282

Electrical (Telecom) Engineering (Rawalpindi)
1458
1968
2173231123872511

Computer Software Engineering (Rawalpindi)
1337
1813
2046210023022327

Electrical Engineering (Rawalpindi)
647
926
954100610201020

Mechanical Engineering (Rawalpindi)
329
417
417426481481

Computer Engineering (Rawalpindi)
1542
1966
2158226924002461

Mechatronics Engineering (Rawalpindi)
816
1182
1204123413311331

Electrical Engineering (Karachi)
1541
1895
1965225823012395

Mechanical Engineering (Karachi)
1271
1510
1517159716361636

Mechanical Engineering (Winter Session) (Karachi) 
-
-
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Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (Karachi)
2329
2503
2674312733733565

Avionics Engineering (Risalpur)
838
1095
1187128413541478

Aerospace Engineering (Risalpur)
337
796
840840840840

Electrical Engineering (Islamabad)
475
643
646676720720

Software Engineering (Islamabad)
829
1197
1197120412471247

Computer Science (Islamabad)
1268
1927
2143225223692427

Chemical Engineering (Islamabad)
744
1056
1056107810781078

Materials Engineering (Islamabad)
1347
2005
2239233224082452



Field
Closing merits of Business Studies and Social Sciences 
 1st List 
 2nd List 
 3rd List 
 4th List 
 5th List 
 6th List 
 7th List 
 8th List 
Bachelor of Business Administration (Islamabad)
239
467467467467467467467
BS Economics (Islamabad)
449
743776767767776
839
BS Mass Communication (Islamabad)
487
722809815840840
913
BS Public Administration (Islamabad) 
520
798831852884889
939
BS Accounting & Finance (Islamabad)
283
526535526526526526526

Field
                   Closing merits of Architecture and Industrial Design                    
1st List 
2nd List
3rd List
4th List
5th List
6th List
7th List
8th List
Bachelor of Architecture
44
98109109
111

Bachelor of Industrial Design
93
154172184
212


Field
                    Closing merits of BS Maths and BS Physics                     
1st List
2nd List
3rd List
4th List
5th List
6th List
7th List
      BS Mathematics      
250
600




       BS Physics       
250
600




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Wednesday, November 25

FJMC Admission for Federal Government Employee reserved seats

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A test will be conducted by Fatima Jinnah Medical College via NTS for daughters of Federal Government Employees (reserved seats).

Eligibility Criteria
Female Students with atleast 60% or higher marks in FSc or equivalent can apply for these 07 seats. 

Number of Seats
There are 07 seats in Fatima Jinnah Medical College reserved for the Federal Government serving civilian employees. (04 for BS-1 to BS-15 and 03 for BS-16 and above)

Registration and Test Dates
The last date to submit the application is December 7th, 2015 and the test shall be conducted on December 27th, 2015.

About the Test
All the registered students will have to appear in a written test, the pattern of the test is:
  • Biology - 30 MCQs
  • Chemistry - 30 MCQs
  • Physics -  30 MCQs
  • English - 10 MCQs
  • Total - 100 MCQs
For Biology, Chemistry and Physics you need to study the FSc books and for English the questions will be from synonyms, antonyms, analogy, comprehension and grammar.

How to register?
The registration form is available on NTS website. Download the form, fill it and send back to NTS office by post till December 7th, 2015. The registration form, along with sample paper and other details is available here: FJMC admission form

Preparing for the test:
For the 90 marks of Sciences you need to learn and remember the 6 books of Fsc (Both Part 1 and Part 2). In the tests arranged by NTS biology is simple, physics is bit tough as it involves numericals and chemistry is usually conceptual. The test is equally difficult for students of FSc and A levels. 

We will be conducting an Online Test Session to help the students to prepare for this test. Following stuff will be provided to the registered students:
  • Chapter Wise MCQs of Chm, Phy and Bio
  • MCQs from the past papers of NTS for FJMC seats
  • MCQs from past papers of NTS for other medical tests (This will give you an idea of the difficulty level of tests)
  • A word list and tests for English
  • A guide on which topics to focus more 
and similar more stuff and help will be provided. Students will have the chance to discuss any question/issue with us either on our site forum or via facebook. 

How to register for Session?
Those who wish to join us fill the form attached below. The fee of the session is Rs. 2000. The fee covers all the stuff that will be provided to the students. When you will fill the form and submit it you will be shown the fee and account details. You will be added to the session the same day you submit the fee, within 2-3 hours.

In case of any issue/confusion you can contact us via our Facebook page ( facebook.com/Etest.Prep ) or you can contact on cell ( 03456712289 - Hassan Shahbaz ).
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Sunday, November 8

NUMS

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National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS)
Constituent Colleges:

The existing medical colleges of the armed forces would come under the umbrella of this university i.e.
  1. Army Medical College (AMC) Rawalpindi
  2. Quetta Institute of Medical Sciences
  3. CMH Lahore Medical College 
will be under NUMS and these will follow one standard course format.

Why NUMS?
One of the reasons to establish NUMS is to increase the intake of the army cadets. 

NUMS Entry Test:
Entry Test for above mentioned colleges will be conducted once a year. The test will be conducted in October - November. Those students who wish to apply on civilian seats or as paying cadets will have to appear in this test.

Pattern of the Test:
  • Biology 20 MCQs
  • Chemistry 20 MCQs
  • Physics 20 MCQs
  • English 20 MCQs
  • Intelligence 20 MCQs
Total MCQs = 100. Time allowed to solve the test will be 2 hours. The Good thing is there will be no negative marking in the test.
The type of the questions will be the same as they used to be in Nust entrance Test. So going through NUST Past Papers can be helpful if you wish to appear in test of NUMS.

About AMC:
The fee and number of seats in AMC might change. There is a chance of increment in both. However it is not confirm yet. We will update the post as soon as we get some official news about this topic.

Getting Past Papers of NUST:
The Past Papers of NUST along with the test of NUMS 2015 that was held for admissions in CMH is available along with their solutions. Get the details from here: Past Papers of NUST

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Options for Pre Medical Students in NUST
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Options for Pre Medical Students in NUST

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Options for Pre Medical Students in NUST

Options for Pre Medical Students in NUST

By now most of you would have heard about separation of AMC from NUST. For 2016 and onwards, the admissions in AMC will not be via NUST, these will be via NUMS. Read more about NUMS here: NUMS

So now medical students can not apply for MBBS and BDS in NUST. However there are few other fields for which medical students can apply. These include:
  • Applied Bio Sciences
  • Business Studies & Social Sciences
Under Business Studies & Social Sciences there are following fields in which pre med students can apply:
  • BBA
  • BS Mass Communication
  • BS Economics
  • BS Public Administration
Getting admission in these fields is relatively easier as compared to MBBS and BDS. The closing merit of Bio Sciences is near 74%. For the fields of Business Studies the merit near 63% is fine enough for admission. The students whose marks are bit less in FSc must apply in these fields.

The pattern of test of Bio Sciences is the same as that of MBBS/BDS test. While for Business Studies the pattern is:
  • English 40%
  • Basic Maths 40%
  • Intelligence 20%
In order to help students prepare for these tests we are conducting Online Preparatory Sessions in which we provide:
  • Daily Tests with answers & solutions
  • Book with 1000+ solved Past Papers of NUST
  • Guides, Discussion
and much more.

The fee of the session is Rs 2500 only which covers all the stuff (past papers, daily tests, guides, tips etc). Those who wish to register for the Online Session or get more info visit this link: OETP Online NET Preparation Session

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Thursday, October 29

Merit List of FMDC 2015

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Merit List of FMDC 2015

The list of selected students has been pasted on the notice board of the college. The list will soon be available on NTS website. The closing merits of the list are given below:
  • AJK - 81.529%
  • BALOCHISTAN - 77.57%
  • FATA - 75.446%
  • FEDERAL GOVT EMPLOYEE - 80.96%
  • FEDERAL - 80.333%
  • GILGIT BALTISTAN - 77.93%
  • KPK - 78.938%
  • OPEN MERIT - 83.485%
  • PUNJAB -  81.37%
  • SINDH(RURAL) - 78.304%
  • SINDH(URBAN) - 81.659%
The name of the selected students along with their merits is available here: FMDC merit list 2015
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Monday, October 26

Test Session For CMH & FMH

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Test Session For CMH & FMH
Fee = Rs 1000 Only

Entrance Test of CMH for the admission year 2015 is scheduled to be conducted on 8th Nov, 2015. There will be 5 portions in the test:
  1. Biology
  2. Chemistry
  3. Physics
  4. English
  5. Intelligence
Total 100 questions will be there from these 5 subjects, 20 from each of these. Total time provided to solve the paper is 2 hours.

Entrance Test of FMH are staring from 2 November, 2015 and they will continue for about a week as these are computerized tests. There will be 5 portions in the test:
  1. Biology - 10 MCQs
  2. Physics - 10 MCQs
  3. Chemistry - 10 MCQs
  4. English - 15 MCQs
  5. General Knowledge - 15 MCQs
Full Books of Fsc are to be covered for Sciences (Bio, Chm, Phy). For English questions will be from synonyms, antonyms, grammar and comprehension.

About the test Session:
In this session we will provide chapter wise tests of Bio, Chm and Phy (all chapters). These will be online tests. When you will solve the test you will be shown the correct answers and the solutions of all the questions. Moreover a guide on how to solve the intelligence questions (For CMH) along with practice questions will also be provided to the registered students. Notes about general knowledge (For FMH) will be provided. Questions from past papers, which we could, will be shared with the students.

How to register?
Open the course page ( link : http://oetp.pk/course/online-test-session-for-cmh-fmh/ ), click on Take This Course option, a form will appear, fill and click on Place The Order. Fee details will be shown to you, you will also receive a receipt via email to your email address. Submit the fee in HBL and send a picture of the paid deposit slip via email to us and your course will be approved.

In case of any issue feel free to contact.

Contact Details:
Cell Number: 03456712289 (Hassan Shahbaz)


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Thursday, October 15

Format of interview in shifa

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Format of interview in Shifa College of Medicine

It is MMI (Multiple Mini Interview). Students had to go through 7 - 9 stations (in 2014 there were 8 stations) where they are given a scenario and they had to do a conversation/decide on the given scenario e.g in 2014 in first station the scenario was:
"You are conducting a job interview and one of the applicants says that due to his father illness he was unable to complete the job application in time. He is now asking for an interview what would you do now?"

You are tested in following three domains:
  • Ethical Decision Making
  • Communication Skills 
  • Knowledge of Health care system


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Monday, October 12

Closing Merits of NUST Medical 2015

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Closing Merits of NUST Medical 2015

The first selection list of NUST medical was uploaded on October 12th. Second Selection list of NUST Medical was uploaded on October 20th. Third Selection list of NUST Medical was uploaded on November 4th. The 6th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on November 26th.The 7th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 2nd. The 8th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 8th.The 9th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 14th. The 10th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 18th. The 11th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 22nd. The 13th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 29th.  The 14th Selection List of NUST Medical was uploaded on December 31st.

Note: This year there are 40 seats for MBBS and 7 for BDS on open merit.

Field
Closing merits of NUST Medical 2015
1st
   List   
2nd
   List   
3rd
   List   
4th
   List   
5th
   List   
6th
   List   
7th
   List   
8th
   List   
9th
   List   
10th
   List   
11th
   List   
12th
   List   
13th
   List   
MBBS
40
78
104
121
136
148
159
162
164
164
164
164
164
BDS
47
86
112
130
144
156
168
178
186
205
212
220
234
   Bio Sciences   
150
350
500
530
547
563
580







In 14th Selection List Merit of BDS closed at 251.
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Monday, October 5

FMDC 2014 Entry Test Paper

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FMDC 2014 Entry Test Paper

FMDC did not conduct any test in 2014 but the test for the admission year 2014 was conducted in April of 2015. The MCQs given below are from the test of April 2015.
Note: These questions were submitted by students after the test. After your test do submit the questions you remember (on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Etest.Prep) so that those can be shared with your juniors.

1) Cactus is a
A. Mesophyte
B. Xerophyte
C. Hydrophyte
D. Halophyte.

2) There are two stars one having mass M and the other having 2M .Both are present at equal distance from the center of earth .What will be the ration of gravitational force?

3) which of these have no nuclei
a monera
b protista
c fungi
d plantae
e animalia

4) Suppose there is a battery having Voltage X is connected across a Conductor and Charge Y is established in circuit .. What will be capacitance ?

5) Meaning of abolish

6) Which of the following Contains unpaired Electrons
1) cu+2
2) zn+2
3) k+1
4) ti+4

6) which has lowest ksp value
a-Mg(OH)2
b-Ca(OH)2
c-Be(OH)2
d-Ca(OH)2

7) Which kingdom have organisms with out  nucleus
(a)monera
(b)plantae
(c)fungi
(d)protista
(e)animalia

8) which of the following has an unpaired electron?
a- Ti+4
b- Zn+2
c- Cu+4
d- K+1

9) which one of following is true about protein structures for each statement
1-polypeptide chain bends and folds upon itself forming a globular structure
2-they comprises number and sequence of amino acid
3-they usually coil into helix or some other regular configuration
    statement 1   statement 2  statement 3
a- secondary     tertiary          primary
b- tertiary          secondary     primary
c- tertiary           primary        secondary

10) Pepsin is activated in the presence of which of the following.
Pepsinogen.
Gestrin.
Lipase.
Hcl

11) Malpigan tubules excretes into?

12) A question related to skeletal muscles

13) A question related to punnet square

14) Antonym of weaken

15) Antonym of retain
Allocate
Allegate
Distract
Discard

16) Synonym of exceedingly

17) Synonym of Exceedingly

18) What makes community.
Food web.
Same species.
All species living in a habitat.

19) A ball strikes with a wall,the wall forces it back with same speed, which of following is true:

20) removel of skin from hands in embryonic life is example of
convergent evolution
neoteny

21) PEPSIN IS ACTIVE IN THE PRESENCE OF
HCL
Trypsin
Actin

22) Bessemer converter is used to manufacture
a) pig iron
b) wrought iron
c) cast iron
d) steel

23) Alkenes undergo what type of reactions....
.electrophilic addition reactions

24) if charges are doubled and distance b/w them is also doubled...what will be the effect on electrostatic force?

25) malpighian tubules are found in
Earth worm

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Applied Biosciences as a Career

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Our universe is teemed with microorganisms; they are so ubiquitous that even hundreds and thousands of them are on our skin. So automatically we are susceptible to a number of diseases. But why are we not in hospital every second day? What is it that makes us immune to them? 

How an eye cell knows it has to become an eye cell and a liver cell knows it has to become a liver cell when both of them have same kind of genetic information? Why is there not an eye cell in a liver tissue and a liver cell in retina? What is it that maintains homogeneity? Why every person in the world, even the identical twins, has different finger prints? Have you ever wondered? Do you want to know the answers to these questions? If yes, then Applied Biosciences is your field.

So the first that clicked to your mind is what is Applied Biosciences, right? Okay, you are lucky then as I am here with an answer today. Science basically has two domains: the Basic and the Applied science. Applied Biosciences is the application of basic science of biology.  It provides the solutions to the problems encountered by us humans. It has provided us with best health facilities (Immunology), with food and shelter (Biotechnology), with drugs to cure ailments (pharmacology) etc. 

The next question that comes in your mind is what would you study in Applied Biosciences? The courses that are offered in Applied Biosciences include Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Genetics, Animal Physiology, Plant Physiology, Immunology, Vaccinology, Crop Production, Anti-viral Approaches etc. For further details, follow this link: Course Curriculum

The next question would be why should people join this field? The answer is one of the perks of opting Applied Biosciences is that you can study all the field of biology during this four year program and you can do research in any of the field you find fascinating.  So you are away from the disappointment that one has to face when he/she has opted for a single field, say Biochemistry, and in the middle of their four year program they find out that they were made for Genetics or Bioinformatics or Biotechnology or something else. Further, you were made for applied biosciences if:
  • You want to be a researcher and solve the potential problems.
  • You have an inquisitive mind
  • You are a keen observer and a problem solver
  • You want to lessen the pain of someone 
  • You take things as a challenge
You can become a researcher (immunologist, microbiologist etc.); can work in a research institution, Healthcare industry, Pharmaceutical industry, Food industry and Agriculture industry. You can work as a scientific officer in Diagnostic labs and forensics. You can opt for Biomedical Engineering, Stem cell Biology, Cancer Biology, Synthetic Biotechnology etc. after having this program.

Applied Biosciences is a vast program that covers all the aspects of Biology. It has obvious implications in our daily life. From getting infected to getting cured is all you study in Applied Biosciences.

Written By: Zunaira Qureshi, Student of ASAB - NUST (3rd Year)
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