Islamic International University (IIU) has announced it registration date for BS Engineering and applies sciences. Last date to apply for Islamic International is 22nd July 2016. Islamic International is an HEC recognized Higher Education University. The entry test for Islamic International University is not competitive as compare to GIKI,NUST,PIEAS, however to get admission in IIU students should appear and pass the required test. Pakprep.com has complete coursework for the preparation of IIU entry test. Details for test dates given bellow;
Every year thousands of students appear in entry test of different Medical and Engineering universities (NUST, PIEAS, GIKI, AMC, AKU, NUMS, NTS, and FAST, UET, UHS, MCAT, ETEA etc) but only limited number of student get admission due to high competence level in entry test. Candidate should prepare well to score good marks in entry test. Pakprep.com provides complete course work for all major universities entry test. Click here to register yourself. Here are some important dates for Admission.
Entry test for engineering universities in Pakistan gives most importance to the conceptual understanding of intermediate or A levels Mathematics. All leading universities like NUST, GIKI, UET, NED, PIEAS, FAST have entry tests where concepts are tested through Maths MCQs. It is very important to practice Maths MCQs for your ECAT or NET entry test preparation. You may try a demo of maths MCQs from pakprep.com by clicking the link below,
Students aspiring to pursue engineering studies in Pakistan must appear in the entry test. Entry test for engineering universities in Pakistan is very competitive and would most likely to test your concepts and understanding of FSc or O level coursework through MCQ type test in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English. Some entry tests might have additional section for intelligence test, for example NUST NET.
Merit for admission in the International Islamic University (IIU) faculty of engineering and technology is based on the entry test score and marks in the FSc and Matric or equivalent exams. Admission test accounts for 60% while marks in the FSc and Matric account for 40% of the final merit.