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Air University Announced Undergraduate Admission 2016

Air University announced undergraduate admission. Last date for submission of Application is 25th May, 2016.Entry test will be help on 30th and 31st of May. Candidates with FSC Pre- Engineering can apply. All students are eligible to apply admission in Air University if you have 60% marks in FSC. Register here today for FREE to start your Preparation. For more details please see advertisement bellow.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Prepare for 2016 Entry Tests Through Pakprep.com

Many students have asked us the advantage of www.Pakprep.com over conventional entry test preparation methods for engineering and medical colleges in Pakistan. Pakprep.com is the online entry test preparation system for leading engineering and medical college entry tests like NUST, GKI, UET, UHS MCAT, Sindh MCAT, ETEA, PIEAS, NED, ECAT etc. It is a professionally developed online system. It is not just a mere database of 15,000+ solved MCQs (although that in itself is a great feat.) Here are the 10 reasons why you should use Pakprep.com for entry test preparation for year 2016. Register today for a free trial at www.Pakprep.com

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Important Physics Topics for NUST Entry Test (NET) 2016

NUST Admission is based on NUST Entry Test (NET) that has MCQs of Physics, Chemistry, English, Maths. NUST is a high ranking engineering university in Pakistan. Admission to NUST is very competitive as each year thousands of students apply for admission to NUST. Please note that NUST does not give official preference to any topic of Physics in Entry Test. Physics MCQs can come from any topic from the FSc or A levels syllabus. Given that the NUST Entry Test (NET) is very competitive we recommend you to prepare all Fsc topics of Physics from Pakprep.com syllabus. However, if you are short of time these topics tend to appear more than others.

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FAST Entry Test Format – A Snapshot

National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences (also known as FAST) entry test varies depending on the coursework you apply for. The university provides guidelines for the test format but has not announced a fixed test format. The use of calculators is not allowed.

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