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NUST is one of the best University of Pakistan and may students struggle very hard to get selected in NUST. National University of Science & Technology (NUST) Admission is based entry test conducted by NUST is known as NET. NUST conduct NET three times in a year, students can take all NET test or only one. If any student appear in all three NET test only the highest score would be considered for the merit list. That’s why, we suggest all students to take all NUST NET in 2017. Pakprep.com is the best source to prepare for NUST NET 2017. In 2016, 15 and 14 members of Pakprep.com got admission NUST. Register here for a free trial of www.Pakprep.com. Here the closing merit positions of NUST for Undergraduate admission in 2016.
To get Admission in National University of Science & Technology (NUST) all candidates have to appear in the NET test in order to secure admission in engineering, Medical and Business or other faculties in NUST. NUST Entrance Test or NET is held three times a year. Registration for NET 1 has been started and last date to apply for NET 1 is 30th November 2016. Test dates will be starting from 1st December 2016. We strongly recommend students to appear in all NET’s as NUST only consider the highest score out of three. Pakprep.com offers the complete coursework for NET test preparation. CLICK HERE to register and start your entry test preparation today.
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.
Punjab MCAT, KPK ETEA, Sindh MCAT and medical college entry tests for other medical universities in Pakistan (FMDC, Agha Khan, IIMC etc) gives prime importance to the conceptual understanding of intermediate or A levels Chemistry. Concepts are tested through Chemsitry MCQs that cover all major topics of organic Chemistry MCQs and inorganic Chemistry MCQs. It is key to practice Chemistry MCQs for your entry test preparation. You may try a demo of Chemistry MCQs from pakprep.com by clicking the link below,
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,
NUST entry test format depends on the coursework that you are applying for. Format for each of the coursework is given below,
- Mathematics 40% ( 80 mcqs )
- Physics 30% ( 60 mcqs )
- Chemistry 15% ( 30 mcqs )
- English 10% ( 20 mcqs )
- Intelligence 5% ( 10 mcqs )
Total MCQs = 200
Time allotted = 3 hours.