PMC National Mdcat Syllabus: With this new initiative, the Pakistan Medical Commission hopes to ensure that all candidates are given an equal chance and quality education in medicine. The difficulties faced such as coming from diverse backgrounds meant that there needed to be strong groundwork before anything else could happen.
- Baluchistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
- Directorate of Curriculum and Teacher Education Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
- Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad
- MCAT syllabus (AAMC)
- Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen
- Sindh Boards Committee of Chairmen
- University of Cambridge A level syllabus
So far, one of the most strenuous tasks has been trying to find a way for everyone – no matter what background they come from – can understand what it means to be a doctor. The PMC’s National Medical and Dental Academic Board has been working tirelessly on finding ways so that there is no injustice in qualifications or opportunity amongst students who aspire towards becoming doctors someday. Their ultimate goal? To make sure every student will have an equal opportunity when applying for their desired profession without discrimination based on gender, religion or sexuality.
PMC National Mdcat Syllabus:
- Total number of multiple-choice questions: 210
- MDCAT takes 3.5 hours to complete and is a computer-based multiple-choice format.
- Passing grades must be at least 65 percent.
- There will be no negative marking.
|Subject||Percentage||No of MCQs|
There will be 70 percent of recalling questions and 30 percent of application-level questions in the sections on biology, chemistry, and physics.
Logical Reasoning Questions Explanation:
Questions on logical reasoning assess the ability to examine, evaluate, and complete arguments in plain language. The questions use short arguments from several sources. To answer a Logical Reasoning question, you must first read and grasp a short piece. The questions are designed to measure critical thinking skills, with an emphasis on reasoning skills. Types of MDCAT reasoning questions:
- Critical thinking
- Letter and symbol series
- Logical deduction
- Logical problems
- Course of action
- Cause & effect
While sample question papers of all portions including logical and critical reasoning are in the pdf syllabus listed below.