The updated results of the national MDCAT 2020 have been announced by Pakistan Medical Commission. The entry tests were performed on 29 November and 13 December and on 16 December the results were announced by the authorities. The candidates submitted their grievances to the portal as many students were marked missing and took the examination following the declaration of results. In order to resolve the problem, after completion of the exam, the result was finally reissued to the candidates and the results for MDCAT 2020 have now been published. The candidates are informed that their results can be checked.
Facilities for re-checking and correction
PMC has advised students to request an online correction form in the event of a mismatch of name or some other element in relation to the CNIC. The application form must be sent to the Commission by 21 December for re-checking purposes. The correction and re-checking facilities are free of charge for the candidates. The students who passed the MDCAT exam on 29 November earned 14 marks and seven marks were applied to the results of the candidates who participated in the MDCAT exam on 13 December. These marks were given because of some questionable questions asked by MDCAT. The marks were given to all fairly, so no applicant would be disadvantageous.
MDCAT Result 2020
Pakistan Medical Commission has apologised for the delay arising from the national admission exam for medical and dental universities. According to the statement by PMC, only 2% of the applicants facing difficulties linked to the outcome received complaints. But the commission ensured that the announced findings were entirely transparent to satisfy the students. In addition, the officials also added that exams had re-examined the results and an offline system was placed in place to review all the students’ results. In the event of any question, candidates for the MDCAT examination may contact the Medical Commission in Pakistan.