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Taking the MCAT® Exam

MCAT Test Scores in Pakistan

Your MCAT scores are important in the medical school admissions process. This page aims to provide you with information about MCAT scoring and how your GPA and MCAT scores affect your chances of getting accepted to medical school. Note that individual circumstances vary and so students intending to apply to medical school should consult with their premed advisor.

(i)  MDCAT-2017 shall comprise a single question paper containing 220 multiple choice questions (MCQs) divided into the following four (04) sections:   Biology = 88 MCQs,   Chemistry = 58 MCQs,    Physics = 44 MCQs   and   English = 30 MCQs

(ii)  The duration of the test shall be 150 minutes (2½ hours) and the total marks shall be 1100. There shall be Negative Marking in the test – on each correct answer, five (05) marks will be awarded; on each wrong answer, one (01) marks will be deducted from the total score. No negative marking will be done on not attempting a question.

Each question in the test is of 5 marks which makes the total of 1100 marks. Every correct answer in the test scores 5 marks whereas every wrong answer scores a negative mark.

Medical School Admissions Calculator Based on GPA and MCAT Score*

What are my chances of getting accepted into medical school?

Formula To Calculate

  1. Matric (SSC or Equint):10 Percent +

  2. HSSC / F.Sc (medical or alent):40 Percent +

  3. MCAT test:50 Percent  =  (Aggregate Marks)

Aggregate Marks divided by 1100 x 100 = Aggregate Percentage

Calculator To Calculate

1 Your Matriculation Marks

Out Of 1050 CGPA

2 Your Intermidiate Marks

Out Of 1100 CGPA

3 Your MCAT score

Out Of 1100 marks

Chance of being accepted