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National MDCAT 2020 Result Announced By PMC (Check Here)

National MDCAT 2020 Result Announced By PMC (Check Here)

The National MDCAT 2020 Result of an Entry Test conducted on 29th November for COVID-19 Negative Candidates under proper SOP’s will be announced within 7-10 days, a senior representative from the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) told the statement after an entry test.

VP PMC Ali Raza said that more than 125,000 potential candidates was registered for MDCAT 2020, which have been taken place on 29 November.

“Only 138 students have submitted their reports to the PMC on NTS website that they are COVID-19 positive and their Special MDCAT 2020 exam will be conducted on 13 December,” the PMC representative said.

The mdcat 2020 result date will be finalised within 10 days according to the official representative of Pakistan Medical Commission.

When asked about the difficulties students faces in an entry test, VP PMC said that he has visited various testing centers in Islamabad and Rawalpindi and that other council members have also examined the environment at different centers around the country, but have no complaints about the steps taken by the authorities.

“I asked the students about the implementation of the SOPs and the coronavirus curricula and they were happy with the steps,” said the vice president of PMC.

As per the student comments about the MDCAT 2020 Entry Test, the aptitude test was very easy as compared to the previous years and according the MDCAT 2020 Syllabus. Most of the students are aiming to get 180+ marks. The Government and Private Medical Colleges under MDCAT admissions will start after the entrance test result.

You can check your mdcat result online by various methods:

  • Via Roll Number
  • Via CNIC
  • Via Your Registration Number

Mr. Ali Raza said that Pakistan Medical Commission took immediate action to report that test paper had been leaked in Peshawar. Law enforcement agencies have been asked to arrest the culprits involved in the case.

“Even the PMC didn’t have the original paper so after an aptitude test begun we compared it to the one that was leaked on social media and it was a fake paper and different groups were just misguiding the students.”

The PMC representative furthur said that the medical commission has started to work on a centralized information system that would help them circulate information in real time.

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