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MCAT Test Application Process and Eligibility Critera



The MCAT entry test application forms accompanied by the Information Booklet and FAQs about the admissions would be available at all the branches of the BankIslami Pakistan Ltd. (BIPL), located in Punjab and Islamabad.

How to submit the application form?

Ø  The applicant shall fill the application form in triplicate along with blue pen and after that paste color snaps of (3.5 cm wide x 4.5 cm high) on every copy of the application form.

Ø  He or She shall also fill a fee challan Form of Rs.500/- available at various branches of BIPL.

Ø  The applicant shall submit the completely filled application form as well as fee challan form together with the Rs.500/- in cash as the fee of entry test to the concerned Bank Officer who will check the candidate’s entries in the form.

Ø  No document is needed to be submitted along with the application form. But, the applicants are advised to bring the photocopies of their academic certificates; domicile, CNIC or B-Form, along with blue ball point as well as a gum stick to fill the form and to paste the snaps if they want to fill the application form in the bank. Or else, the applicants can download the application form from the official website of UHS (www.uhs.edu.pk), fill that in triplicate at home and after that submit it at the concerned branch of the bank together with entry test fee.

Ø  After receiving the entry test fee, the concerned bank officer will return the duly attested “candidate’s copy” of the application form to the student. Every student shall be issued a particular transaction code on his/her application form which will assist him/her in tracking his/her roll number.

Ø  Bank Islami Pakistan Limited shall intimate the candidates for their roll numbers as well as examination centres through SMS and email alerts at their cell number and E-mail addresses as provided by the students in their application forms within 72 hours of the submission of entry test forms.

Ø  If any applicant doesn’t receive sms alert or email within 72 hours, then he / she can contact the respective bank at their helpline numbers directly. These numbers are given below:

Ø  Direct number: 042-35760203, Board: 042-35776793 and 042-35760141 Extension: 2552, Mobile number: 0332-3073121.

Ø  On providing the particular transaction code, the bank shall issue the roll number and examination centre to the concerned student.

Ø  The student must take a print of the sent alert at his/her email address which would be his/her roll number slip.

Ø  It is necessary for a student to bring the print-out of the roll number slip and the “Candidate’s Copy” of the application form, properly stamped by the bank, at the examination centre on the test day without which no student would be permitted to appear in the entry test.

Ø  The students are required to submit their application forms by hand. The application forms received by post or email shall not be entertained. Parents or any other relative of the candidate can receive and submit the application on behalf of candidate. 

Eligibility criteria for MDCAT test  

o   FSC (Pre-Medical) Part II student is eligible to apply for MCAT test

o   F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) Part I Marks sheet attested by the Head of his or her institute; Certificate issued by the Head of  Institute where he or she has got education certifying that he or she has appeared in F.Sc Part II exams or equivalent.

o   F.Sc Pre-Medical Group or Equivalent Exams, minimum 60% (660/1100) marks (Excluding marks of Hifz).

o   A-Level students or American 12th Grade students are required to submit the Certificate issued by Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC).

o   Domicile holders of Punjab and Federal Capital Area (Islamabad), Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Province of Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Area) are eligible to apply for the MCAT test without domicile they will not be allow to sit in exam.

o   There is no age limit to appear in MCAT test.

 

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