A national MDCAT was conducted by PMC on 29th December 2020. The result was of this MDCAT was declared on 16th December 2020. This post gives a detailed analysis of the MDCAT Result. PMC National MDCAT 2020 Statistics
PMC National MDCAT 2020 Statistics
According to the stats shared by PMC, a total of 125,663 candidates appeared in the Medical Entrance Test 2020. Out of these, 67,937 candidates qualified. The qualified percentage of students is 55.86%. Most of the qualified candidates are from Punjab. The table below shows the province-wise pass percentage of MDCAT students.
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Highest Marks in the MDCAT 2020
The highest marks in the MDCAT are 197 out of 200. These marks are scored by three students, Hanan Saeed, Amal Arif, and Hafiz M. Ahmad Arshad. The second-highest score in MDCAT is 195, which is scored by a student from AJK, Syeda Samar Hamdani. The province-wise position holders are listed in the image below. PMC National MDCAT 2020 Statistics
Marks Percentage Range
About 36.39% of students who appeared in MDCAT, scored marks between 120 and 140. About 32.32% of students scored marks between 140 and 160. 25.57% of the students scored marks between 160 and 180. Only 5.72% of the students scored marks between 180 to 200. A total of 3,889 candidates scored marks between 180 and 200.
Q. Will the merit increase or decrease for MBBS and BDS admissions this year?
Ans, This year the National MDCAT has been conducted for the first time, so we cannot anything related to merit. But for Punjab students, if you see the stats, around 3400 students have scored more than 180 marks, so the competition is going to be really tough this time. And this year, due to the promotion policy, marks for Fsc improvers have significantly risen compared to previous years. So for Punjab students, there might be some rise. But as I said earlier, we cannot say anything for sure before the time.
Best of luck Medical Students. If you have any queries, mention them in the comment section.