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What is the ECAT?   |   Who Can Take the ECAT?   |   When to take the ECAT?

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Taking the ECAT® Exam

Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT) is necessary to get admission in any reputable and well known engineering institute of Pakistan. Mainly, ECAT is the best testing tool for engineering students in Pakistan. ECAT test is an essential requirement for admission in engineering programme and students who wish to get admission in engineering university must take ECAT test. This test is organized annually by UET Lahore for all government sector institutes in Pakistan.

What is the ECAT?

ECAT stands for Engineering College Admission Test and this test is necessary for all students who want to take admission in engineering universities. Almost all well-known engineering universities of Punjab consider it as a best tool for engineering and their admissions are based on this test. This test is mainly control from UET Lahore for all Public sector Engineering universities of Pujab. Pakprep.com is helping students from all across Pakistan in getting admission in their desired universities.

ECAT is basically a subject test. This test consits of Multiple choice questions from Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry or Computer, and English.

Who can take the ECAT?

You may take the ECAT if:

  • you are applying to any Engineering-related program that will accept ECAT exam results.

  • you are enrolled in an BSC degree program or if you have such a degree (Bachelor of Engineering).
    During ECAT registration, you will be asked to verify your intention to apply to Engineering school.

Note: There are no academic prerequisites for the ECAT. Students with f.s.c backgrounds are eligible to take the exam and have the opportunity to enter Engineering school. However, there are recommended undergraduate courses which would help to optimize exam performance. It is important to recognize that recommended courses do not restrict the freedom in pursuing a wide variety of possible undergraduate academic programs.