Medical Admission Test 2023: The MBBS course date of the 2022-23 academic year of the private-government medical college medical admission test has been announced. The Health Education Department has said that the exam can be done in the first week of next March. The Department of Health Education has made a preliminary decision to take the MBBS freshman admission test on March 17. A proposal in this regard has been sent to the Ministry of Health. The admission test will be held on March 17 if approved by the ministry.
Things you can know
- Medical Admission Test Syllabus
- Medical Admission Application Eligibility
- Medical admission test mandate
- Deduction of the grade of the admission exam and passing grade
Medical Admission Test Syllabus
The medical admission test will be carried out taking into account the complete study plan. However, there will be more HSC 2022 exam syllabus questions.
Medical Admission Application Eligibility
According to the draft policy, those who have passed the HSC or equivalent exams including Physics, Chemistry and Biology in 2021 or 2022 will be eligible to apply. The aggregate GPA must be at least 9.00 on the SSC/equivalent and HSC/equivalent exams. Total GPA of at least 8.00 on SSC/Equivalent and HSC/Equivalent exam for non-tribal candidates from all tribal and montane districts. However, if the GPA is less than 3.50 on a single exam, you will not be eligible to apply.
Medical admission test mandate
There will be a written test of a total of 100 points. 100 MCQ questions to be answered in one hour. Out of 100 points, there will be 30 questions on biology, 25 on chemistry, 20 on physics, 15 on English and 10 on history and Bangladesh liberation war.
Deduction of the grade of the admission exam and passing grade
Five (05) points will be deducted from the applicant who appears for the second time for the entrance medical examination. However, 7.5 points will be deducted if the student appearing in the entrance examination for the second time has been admitted to a government medical or dental college/unit. In addition, as before, 0.25 points will be deducted for each incorrect answer in the written exam.
A minimum of 40 points out of 100 points must be obtained in the written exam. Candidates scoring less than 40 points on the written exam will be considered failed. Only selected candidates will be included in the list of merits.