MDCAT (MCAT) Aggregate Calculator
MDCAT (Medical College Admission Test) Aggregate Calculator
The MDCAT (Medical College Admission Test) Aggregate Calculator is used to help medical school applicants predict their chances of being accepted into a particular medical school. The MDCAT is a standardized test required for admission to medical school in Pakistan.
New aggregate Formula
Old aggregate Formula
- Matric 10%
- FSC 40%
- Entry Test 50%
To use the MDCAT Aggregate Calculator, applicants typically input their MDCAT scores and academic performance data, including their grades and test scores. They may also be asked to provide information about their medical schools of interest, such as their location and the programs it offers. The calculator then uses this information to predict applicants' chances of being accepted into medical school.
The MDCAT Aggregate Calculator is based on data from previous years' admissions cycles and is designed to provide applicants with a general idea of their chances of being accepted into a particular medical school. However, it is important to note that the calculator is not a guarantee of acceptance and that many other factors, such as the availability of positions and the preferences of individual medical schools, can also impact an applicant's chances.
Therefore, it is important for applicants to consider other factors in their decision-making process, such as their personal goals and interests, and to consult with advisors and mentors for guidance. Additionally, it is important for applicants to research the medical schools they are interested in carefully and to tailor their applications to meet the specific requirements and preferences of those schools.