It’s that time of the year when students who have just got done with intermediate exams will apply to different universities of their choice. Most students prioritize getting admitted to government universities because of the fees structure and its ranking.
Just after getting done with Intermediate exams, students rush to prepare for university entry test exams. Getting into a reputable medical or engineering university can be a daunting task because a good university can decide a student’s fate.
We have listed down all the medical and engineering university entry test dates so you can prepare accordingly and not miss out.
Firstly, let us explain why scoring more in your aptitude test is really important. Getting good grades in college is important but not sufficient. Each university has a specific selection standard that includes tests, interviews and other activities like group discussions. When deciding your place in the merit list, your marks in the aptitude test are given more weight than your grades in college. Hence, your marks in the aptitude test of the university where you want to pursue higher education will ultimately be the deciding factor whether you will be able to get admission in the university of your dreams or not. The aptitude test is your biggest hurdle you need to pass to get into the university of your dreams.Now that it has been explained how important it is to get as much high marks in the aptitude test as possible, here are some tips & tricks that will help you in the upcoming aptitude tests.
An Early Start is a Rule of Thumb!
A simple trick which is overlooked is to start preparing for the aptitude tests simultaneously while preparing for preliminary/mock and board exams. It is such a simple trick which can pay you great dividends. By doing this, you will have a whole year to learn and prepare for your entrance test.
Rote Learning Will Not Help You!
Entry tests are all about how well you understand the key concepts of major topics. You can do everything right in your board exams but it will certainly not work when it comes to aptitude test. Try to read each line of the book with concentration. Try to understand the concept yourself and if it does not work, get help from YouTube and your teacher. Finally, intermediate/A-level marks do not matter for the aptitude test, concepts do. Thus, do expect questions which test your concepts.
You Cannot Get Away By Avoiding English & Mathematics!
Almost all the universities have sections of the aptitude test designated to test the student’s command over English and Mathematics. So, the earlier you start practicing the two, the better will be your chances to score well in the test. A tip here is to prepare from other resource books like SAT and GRE books. Many universities’ question papers have questions which are based on the format of these books.
The Human Brain Has Invented Calculator, Not Otherwise. Get It Straight!
Try to limit the use of calculator for small calculations or stop using the calculator completely during your preparation for the aptitude test. It is because using calculator is inefficient and requires much more time for calculations which actually does not require the use of a calculator. Try to do basic calculations either in your mind or manually. Try to practice self-calculation which will also help you in managing your time.
Practice From Sample Papers!
We all know that practice makes a person perfect. Sample papers from different universities give a brief idea of what kind of questions to expect in the test. You will find out about the time frame and complexity of MCQ. Knowing the type of questions, you will face in the actual test will be very helpful for you to come up with a strategy to solve such questions.
Consistency Is The Key!
Your main goal is to pass your aptitude test and get into the university of your dreams. Make up your mind and try to remind yourself of your purpose whenever you do not feel like studying. You’ve been working hard for 2 years and only need to last a month or so. You must not let yourself get upset and let all your hard work go in vain! Just focus on your education, avoid social media and mobile phones for a few months. Work hard and celebrate your success after getting excellent marks in the test!
Pakistan Army as announced registration dates of 141 PMA long Course. Students can join Pak Army as Commissioned officer through 141 PMA Long Course. Registration has been started for 141 Long Course. Last date to apply for PMA long course is 17Th November 2017 (Including Saturday & Sunday). Initial test will be starting from 22nd November 2017 to 19Th January 2018. Test for Commissioned Officer will be based on MCQs type test, which includes Intelligence test, Verbal, Non-verbal and Quantitative Maths, General knowledge and Islamic History MCQ’s. You can start you test preparation today using Pakprep.com. Register Here for free!!!!. Here are further details on how to apply.
ISSB test is the entry point to join Army, PAF or Navy in Pakistan as an officer. ISSB conducts tests to select future officers for three branches of armed forces of Pakistan. Career in Pakistan Armed Forces, Army, Navy and PAF are very sought after and competition is tough. ISSB test is held in Gujranwala, Malir and Quetta. Best way to prepare online for ISSB test is through Pakprep.com. It has verbal and non verbal intelligence tests and English coursework for initial test of ISSB. Register today to prepare online for your ISSB test.
ISSB stands for The Inter Services Selection Board. It is the board for the selection of commissioned officers in the armed forces of Pakistan, the Army, Navy and Air Force. The tests are held in any one of the three centers, namely Kohat, Gujranwala and Malir, depending on the permanent address of the candidate. A candidate can appear in ISSB only twice. Besides physical test and interviews, intelligence test constitute a major component of ISSB. ISSB has verbal and non verbal intelligence test that is conducted on the first day, and candidate failing that are sent back home. Therefore, it is important to prepare well for ISSB intelligence test. Pakprep.com has the complete course work for ISSB verbal and non-verbal intelligence MCQs. Register today for free at Register to Prepare for ISSB
Pakistan Army has announced the registration dates for Commissioned Officers through 29th Technical Cadet Course. This is opportunity to join Pakistan Army as Commissioned Officer through engineering branch. Registration has started from 27th of February and will last till 24th of March 2017. Technical Cadet Course (TCC) Test for Commissioned Officer would be based on MCQs type test, which includes Intelligence test, Verbal, Non-verbal and Academic test. You can start your test preparation today by using Pakprep.com. Register Here for free!!!!. Here are further details on how to apply.
PAF started their operations on 14 Aug 1947. Their main purpose is to provide aerial support to armed forces and they have proven themselves in their field. Aeronautical engineering is a very important field in PAF and they need very intelligent and motivated personals for this job. Aeronautical engineers are basically responsible for designing and building of aircrafts. It is believed that their test is most difficult in Pakistan Air Force after GDP and you need great skills and practice if you want to clear it. Pakprep.com can help you with that. We provide you the vast range of MCQ’s from all subjects and from all topics. You can also monitor your performance by using our record system and can compare yourself with others. To start your preparation click here.
Pakistan Air Forced has announced the registration dates for Commissioned Officers through 144 GD (P) Course/90 Aeronautical Engineering Course. This is chance to join Pakistan Air Force as Commissioned Officer. Registration will be starting from 13th of February and will last till 28th of February 2017. PAF GDP Test will be based on MCQs type test, which includes Intelligence test, Verbal, Non-verbal and Academic test. You can start you test preparation today using Pakprep.com. Register Here for free!!!!. Here are further details on how to apply.
Opportunity to join Pakistan Army as Commissioned officer through 140 PMA Long Course. Registration dates has announced for 140 Long Course. Registration has been started from 6th of February 2017 and will last till 12th of March 2017 (Including Saturday & Sunday). Initial test will be starting from 16th March 2017. Test for Commissioned Officer will be based on MCQs type test, which includes Intelligence test, Verbal, Non-verbal and Quantitative Maths MCQ’s. You can start you test preparation today using Pakprep.com. Register Here for free!!!!. Here are further details on how to apply.