Pakistan Medical Commission Makes A Big Announcement For MDCAT 2020

  • News Submitted By: Ammara

  • 06-Nov-2020

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Pakistan Medical Commission has made a big announcement for National MDCAT 2020. The students that are going to appear in the entrance test will not receive a carbon copy of the answer sheet. Previously after the commencement of the test, the students were allowed to take a copy of the answer sheet so that they can estimate their marks obtained in medical entrance exam. But for this year it is not possible for the candidates and they have to wait for the final declaration of the MDCAT result 2020 from the PMC. 

Check The Result Online

The Vice President of PMC, Barrister Ali Raza said that the result will be declared online and the students can check it by entering their roll number provided by the authorities. In the case of any query, the students can contact the PMC through different contact channels such as email and phone numbers. The officials ensure to resolve the issues of the students as soon as possible. According to the sources, almost more than 1 lac students have been submitted the registration form up till now. Around 200 test centers will be formed in the major cities of Pakistan. By considering the situation of COVID-19 only five hundred students will be allowed to take the test in one examination center. It is directed to the students to follow the SOPs and take all the necessary precautionary measures in the test centers. 

Reminder for Registration

It is informed to the candidate that today is the last date of registration for the national MDCAT. After 6th November, the online registration portal will be closed and the candidates will not be able to do the registration. So submit the form before the submission deadline. The test will be conducted on 15th November across Pakistan. 


 

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