The Pakistan Medical Commission announced on Twitter that the authorities had begun issuing MDCAT candidates with the recounted results. The students are alerted by the roll number given to them after registration to verify their results. The PMC announced that it would complete the requests relevant to the recounted results within a few days.
The MDCAT took place on 29 November and the COVID-19 Positive Candidates Special Test was held on 13 December. In the exam, a total of 121,181 candidates appeared and 67,611 of them qualified by obtaining marks of over 60 percent. On 16 December, PMC announced the MDCAT 2020 result on the directives obtained by the Sindh high court. Soon after the declaration of the outcome, several candidates began moaning about the errors in the end result.
MDCAT Recounted Result
So the commission took down the uploaded result and reissued on 17 December the revised MDCAT result. PMC officials said that less than 25 students were complaining about the result differences. The Commission subsequently offered the candidates the option of recounting the results by sending an online application form. The students, however, said that most of the results given were incorrect, so the PMC agreed to issue the recounted results.