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Important: PakMed will be presenting Merit List by the midnight of August 31, 2010 of All Candidates Who Appeared in Medical Entrance Test 2010 of Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa with Detailed Scientific / Statistical Analysis of the Entrance Test Result

 


 


 

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Please Click HERE Latest Self Finance Merit List of 335 Candidates (up to 68.70 Lowest Percentage Called for Interviews) for Admission to MBBS / BDS Session 2009-10 in Government Medical and Dental Colleges of NWFP Pakistan


Latest Self Finance Interview Schedule


All Open Merit seats have been filled. Last Merit for MBBS remained 71.55 and for BDS 71.25 (updated on December 03, 2009)


Reunion of class of 1984, will be held on Saturday 16th January 2010, all of the class 1984 graduates are requested to Contact Professor Dr. EJAZ HASSAN KHAN, Vice Principal of KMC. Cell No#.0300-5861775


 

Special Instructions for Candidates and Schedule of Interviews for Admission to MBBS / BDS Session 2009-10 in Public Sector (Government) Medical and Dental Colleges of NWFP

 

Final Merit Lists 2009-10 for Admission MBBS / BDS in Government Medical and Dental Colleges of NWFP

  1. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of NWFP Candidates on Open Merit Basis

  2. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of NWFP Candidates from Backward Areas

  3. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of Qualified Physically Challenged (Disabled) NWFP Candidates

  4. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Areas) Candidates

  5. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) Candidates

  6. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of Candidates From Minorities

  7. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of OPF Candidates

  8. Final Merit List (Session 2009-10) of Candidates on Self-Financed Basis


Provisional Merit Lists 2009-10 for Admission MBBS / BDS in Government Medical and Dental Colleges of NWFP

  1. Open Merit Basis

  2. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of NWFP Candidates from Backward Areas

  3. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of Qualified Physically Challenged (Disabled) NWFP Candidates

  4. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Areas) Candidates

  5. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) Candidates

  6. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of Candidates From Minorities

  7. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of OPF Candidates

  8. Provisional Merit List (Session 2009-10) of Candidates on Self-Financed Basis

ATTENTION CANDIDATES

Provisional merit list for the session 2009-10 is announced. the candidates are requested to go through the merit list carefully in order to determine their merit position against the category of seats they have applied. For corrections, objections and claims kindly submit your written application in the committee room of Khyber Medical College Peshawar from 13th to 15th November 2009, so as to enable the admission cell to finalize the merit list for admission.


Revised Schedule for Admissions 2009

Medical Examination of Disabled candidates and Test for Hafiz-e-Quran

Saturday, 7th November 2009

Receipt of appeals of disqualified Hafiz-e-Quran/Disabled candidates

Monday, 9th November 2009

Appellate Committee meeting for disqualified Hafiz-e-Quran/Disabled candidates

Tuesday, 10th November 2009

Display of Provisional Merit List

Thursday, 12th November 2009

Subjection of objections/claims regarding Merit List

Friday–Sunday, 13th –15th November 2009

Display of Final Merit List

Monday, 16th November 2009

INTERVIEWS

Open Merit Seats

Tuesday–Monday, 17–23rd November 2009

FATA

Tuesday, Wednesday, 24th,  25th November 2009

Backward Areas of NWFP

Thursday, Friday, 3rd, 4th December 2009

Disabled/Minorities/OPF Seats

Saturday, 5th December 2009

Provincial Self-Financing Seats

Sunday, Monday, 6th, 7th December 2009

Commencement of Classes

Thursday, 10th December 2009

 

Please CLICK HERE to View the Result of Entrance Test (Entry Test) 2009 Held on August 16. 2009, for admission to MBBS and BDS NWFP Medical and Dental Colleges


Please click HERE to View Result Lists Arranged According to ID Number of all Candidates


Scientific Analysis of Entrance Test 2009 Result Announced on August 17. 2009 (Analysis Done by PakMed) (For Information Purpose Only)

Frequency Distribution of Marks Obtained in Entrance Test 2009

by 11204 Candidates Whose Result was Announced on August 17. 2009

 

Frequency Distribution of Marks in ET 2009 Obtained by Candidates Whose Result was Announced on August 17, 2009 (2 candidates whose result status was RL (UFM) have been Excluded from Analysis. The statistical analysis was done on the basis of number of candidates whose result was declared on August 17, 2009
Marks in ET 2009 No. of candidates Cumulative No. of candidates % of all Cumulative % -of All
x<=0 10 10 0.09 0.09
0<x<=100 954 964 8.51 8.60
100<x<=200 2718 3682 24.26 32.86
200<x<=300 2988 6670 26.67 59.53
300<x<=400 2492 9162 22.24 81.77
400<x<=500 1518 10680 13.55 95.32
500<x<=600 490 11170 4.37 99.70
600<x<=700 33 11203 0.29 99.99
Missing 1 11204 0.01 100.00

 

PakMed Developers have analyzed  Marks obtained in Entrance Test 2009 by 11203 candidates, the following findings are interesting (These information are for general knowledge purpose only and we claim no authenticity and accuracy of the analysis)

  • Number of candidates whose Marks included in the analysis: 11203

  • Arithmetic mean of marks obtained in Entry Test: 272.65

  • Median of marks obtained in Entry Test: 263

  • Mode: 218

  • Frequency of Mode: 48

  • Minimum marks: -20

  • Maximum marks: 696

  • Standard deviation: 129.12

  • Standard error of mean: 1.22

S. No.

Pass Candidates in Hundreds

No. of Candidates

1

Greater Than 600

34

2

From 500 to 599

495

3

From 400 to 499

1534

4

From 320 to 399

1953

5

Pass

4016

6

Failed

7189

7

Appeared

11205

8

Absent

113

  Total Registered 11318
  Pass Percentage 35.84

 

 

The NWFP Entrance Test for Medical and Dental Colleges has been conducted smoothly on August 16, 2009. It started late on August 16, 2009, at 11:00 AM due to wind storm at Peshawar where check-in could not start till 9:00 AM due to tents falling down. In Abbottabad, there was light rain in the morning and check-in started at 6:45 AM. There was some traffic jam in the College and on KKH due to no show from Traffic Police and initially it was controlled by the security staff of Ayub Medical College. The test ended at 2:00 PM and the candidates dispersed smoothly.

The ET 2099 was held on August 16, 2009 simultaneously at Ayub Medical College, BISE Abbottabad and Sher Khan Stadium Peshawar. In spite of early morning rain at Abbottabad and wind storm at Peshawar, the test was smoothly conducted after a delay of 2 hours. The test has started at 11:00 AM to continue till 2:00 PM.

 


  1. Important Notes

  2. Seats distribution 

  3. Eligibility for seats

  4. Qualifications and other criteria for admission .

  5. Applications and documents required

  6. Selection and Admission .

  7. Fee structure .

Latest updates

How to Prepare for the Test ?

There is no magical formula. Only rational considerations will genuinely help. You would be familiar with most of those considerations now that you have been writing tests and examinations for over 12 years ! Some generalizations, however, are useful to be reminded of. Some are listed below which are derived from the practical experiences of those who have gone through similar tests and those who have been involved in conducted and managing these tests.

Three Golden Hints !!!

The first hint to follow in preparing for an objective test ( like the Entrance Test): Don’t Cram.

Second: review your subject keenly, thoroughly and with understanding. Memorizing becomes useful and easier after understanding the contents under review. Start early when you have plenty of time and browse at a relaxed pace. Don’t wait until the last few days to start preparing for the test or asking people to show you a short cut. There are no short cuts. The more time you give yourself, the more familiar you will become with the subject matter and better you will feel about being prepared

Third: Practice, practice, and practice solving MCQs as much as you can

( don’t be too hard on yourself) The more familiar you are with the format, better is your grasp on the questions in the test. Getting to know the question, some say, is half the battle won. Why not win half the battle before actually getting in to it? Remember ! skills necessary to beat the tests develop over time. Allow yourself that time and effort.

Before and During the Test

  • Get a good night’s rest.

  • Do not change your eating habits, if possible.

  • Follow directions.

  • Do not become interested in your surroundings during the test.

  • Do not keep "one eye" on your friends and the "other" on the invigilator.

  • Your eyes should be fixed on the printed page, and your only objective should be to accomplish your task efficiently, with speed and accuracy.

  • Do not become impatient or discouraged if you cannot start at once effectively - most of us need a little warm up period for our concentration to reach peak level.

  • Be interested in yourself ( not your surroundings and buddies) Self interest leads to motivation to concentrate; remember, you are working for yourself and your future.

  • Do not rush too much: there is no prize for finishing early.

Guessing Answers

People have different views about guessing. But there is difference between intelligent and calculated guessing and bluffing. We all tend to guess at most critical of times if we do not have a ready made answer. You may think of guessing answers only after you have finished all you could and left with "don’t knows". In this situation you could guess as long as it is a "calculated" and "educated" guess and not a wild guess. There are certain hints for positive guessing which come with practice. Ask your teacher to give you some practice in the class room. Remember though, you would be penalized through negative marks if your guess, wild or calculated, did not work

A Positive Approach to Answering Questions and Test Taking

Alongside the hints listed above, a positive, competitive approach and attitude are qualities of successful individuals. Hand in hand, however, goes a fund in knowledge. Nothing succeeds like knowledge of the subject matter for test taking. Indeed, suggestion on test taking are all built on knowledge, which is strongly reinforced by your confidence, being supported by an understanding of the process involved in the successful answering of the questions


Information for Students

1.       Students are requested to bring the following on the day of the test :-

- Admit Card (ID Number) provided by the respective institution.
- Black Ball Point Pen, or Black Sign Pen or Thin Tip Black Marker.
- Clip Board to hold the answer sheet.

2.       Students are requested to take care of the Answer Sheet. i.e. Not bend it etc.

3.       Erasers of any type including white fluids must not be used.

4.       Use of calculators, calculator watches, mathematical tables etc are strictly prohibited.

5.       Do not write at the back of the answer sheet.

6.       Please listen to the briefing at the start of paper before actually starting it.


 

COMBINED PROVISIONAL GENERAL MERIT LIST OF CANDIDATES WHO QUALIFIED THE ENTRANCE TEST OF MEDICAL/ DENTAL COLLEGES NWFP FOR THE SESSION 2008-2009.

Only PakMed is presenting the analyzed provisional merit list of 3674 candidates in the following sequences

Note: This list also includes candidates whose FSc / A-level & O-level results from boards other than NWFP and Cambridge University are awaited.

 


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