ISLAMABAD: The National University of Medical Sciences (Nums) on Sunday conducted the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. Around 70,000 candidates took the test which is mandatory to get admissions to medical and dental colleges.
NUMS-MDCAT NTS ANSWER KEYS 2022
National Testing Service of Pakistan (NTS) has announced the National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS) MBBS/DBS NTS Test Answer Keys 2022 on the Official website www.nts.org.pk.
Answer keys for the Entry Test of National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS) for MBBS/DBS held on 16 October 2022 at difference examination centers of Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Kharian, Lahore, Faisalabad, Sargodha, Multan, Bahawalpur, Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Abbottabad, Peshawar, Dera Ismael Khan, Muzaffarabad, Mirpur & Quetta Pakistan. This test was re-conducted. Students from all over Pakistan have given their entry test for MBBS/BDS 2022.
NUMS MBBS/BDS MDCAT NTS ANSWER KEYS 16TH OCTOBER 2022
Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) had divided MDCAT among the federation, provinces and for Nums to fill the seats in medical and dental colleges across the country. The result of MDCAT for Nums is expected to be announced within two to three weeks.
Candidates who appeared for the entry test of NUMS can check their answer keys by selecting their book color. Students are directed to keep their carbon copy safe and don’t share it with any other person. In the test held on 16 October 2022 there would be question papers of different color codes in which the sequence of the question shall be different from one another while, the number of question are same. the answer sheet will be uploaded soon on www.numspak.edu.pk by www.nts.org.pk. Candidates are advised to keep visiting both the websites to find answer keys.
Those students who would have the Nums MDCAT pass certificate would be eligible to seek admission on merit in MBBS/BDS. These students can also take MDCAT which was being conducted by the PMC on Nov 13, 2022. MDCAT for Nums is being held for admission to its medical and dental
colleges. Students seeking admission to these colleges are no longer required to sit any other test as per the decision of the PMC last month. The nomenclature of the Nums Entry Test (NET) has been changed to MDCAT for Nums 2022.
All MBBS/BDS candidates with Pakistani nationality will have to secure 55pc and 45pc passing marks in MBBS and BDS respectively to be successful in the test and to compete for 2,075 seats. Of all the contesting candidates, 46,582girls and 23,641 boys had applied for the Nums MDCAT.