MDCAT-2023 for Public and Private Sector Medical Universities / Colleges of Sindh Province MBBS / BDS Session 2023-24
Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) will re-conduct MDCAT for admissions in MBBS / BDS program session 2023-24 in Public and Private Sector Medical Universities / Colleges of Sindh Province on Sunday, 19th November, 2023.
Cities Set to Host Sindh MDCAT Reconduct 2023
Test shall be simultaneously conducted in the following cities of Sindh Province:
KARACHI – Expo Centre Main University Rd, Block 15 Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi
JAMSHORO / HYDERABAD – Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences (LUMHS), Jamshoro
LARKANA – Police Training School, PTS Bus Terminal, Larkana
Instructions for Candidates
Documents to bring with you:
Candidates registered on the portal of PM&DC for Sindh must download their admit card from DUHS website (admissions.duhs.edu.pk), from 10th November 2023, and take its colour print on A4 sized white paper.
Candidates must bring colour print of the admit card with them; without admit card. candidates will NOT be allowed to enter the test center.
Candidates must bring his/her any photograph bearing official document in addition to CNIC/B-Form (e.g Domicile, PRC etc). (Photocopy will not be accepted)
A candidate who fails to bring his/her original National Identity Card / NICOP / Juvenile card/ Passport/ B-Form, will not be allowed in the test venue.
What can you carry along with you?
Pens and water bottles will be provided by DUHS at test centers.
Entry into the test centers with the following Items is strictly prohibited; in case of violation, the candidate will be Immediately expelled from the center and his/her paper will be cancelled.
Books & Notes
Electronic Devices (smart phones, all kind of watches, headphones, Bluetooth devices etc.)
Candidates are advised to reach their respective center on 19th November, 2023 between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m.
Test Centers will be sealed at 9:30 am and no one will be allowed to enter after that. Test timings will be from 10:30 am till 2:00 pm.
Candidates will undergo body search before entering the test center.
Parents/relatives will not be allowed into and around the test center premises.
Tips to prepare in last few days for MDCAT Reconduct 2023
Preparing for the MDCAT (Medical and Dental College Admission Test) in the last few days requires a strategic and focused approach. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your final preparation:
Review Key Concepts:
Focus on the key concepts and topics that are frequently tested in the MDCAT. Make a list of high-yield topics and ensure you have a strong grasp of them.
Practice with Past Papers:
Solve past MDCAT papers to familiarize yourself with the exam pattern and types of questions. This will also help you manage your time effectively during the actual exam.
Identify Weak Areas:
Identify your weak areas and concentrate on strengthening them. Spend more time on topics you find challenging to ensure a well-rounded preparation.
Memorize Important Formulas and Equations:
Make a list of important formulas, equations, and key points. Memorize them to save time during the exam and reduce the risk of forgetting crucial information.
Practice time management by setting a timer while solving practice papers. This will help you gauge how much time you can allocate to each section during the actual exam.
Health and Well-being:
Ensure you get enough sleep and maintain a healthy diet. A well-rested and nourished mind performs better. Avoid last-minute cramming the night before the exam.
Stay Calm and Confident:
Stay positive and believe in your preparation. Confidence plays a crucial role in exam performance. Take short breaks to relax and clear your mind when needed.
Simulate Exam Conditions:
Practice under exam-like conditions to get used to the pressure and time constraints. Create a quiet and distraction-free environment to simulate the exam setting.
Discuss Doubts with Peers or Teachers:
If you have any doubts or questions, discuss them with your peers or teachers. Clarifying doubts can help you approach the exam with confidence.
Instead of trying to cover everything, focus on revising key points and concepts. It's more important to reinforce what you already know rather than trying to learn new topics.
PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE
Practice the quizzes as much as you can in these last few days. 60% of the NUMS Exam was from Nearpeer Practice & Quiz Bank & Crash Test Session.
Remember, the key is to stay calm, focused, and confident during the last few days of preparation. Good luck with your MDCAT!