Results of medical admission test published
Senior Correspondent, bdnews24.com
Published: 2016-10-10 18:13:31.0 BdST Updated: 2016-10-10 18:46:29.0 BdST
The authorities have announced the results of the medical admission tests.
Director for medical education Prof Md Abdur Rahsid on Monday told bdnews24.com that examinees had begun getting their results through SMS on their mobile phones.
Over 90,000 students applied for the admission test. Of them, 85,207 sat for the exam on Oct 7.
Director General for Health Services Prof Abul Kalam Azad told bdnews24.com that 29,183 candidates had passed the exam, which means they were able to obtain the minimum number of 40 out of the 100 set in the MCQ test.
The highest score is 85.5. The merit list is prepared on the basis of the exam score and the combined GPA from the SSC and HSC examinations.
The DG said the admission process would start from Oct 20 and end on Oct 31 before the dental college admission test, which would be held on Nov 4.
There are 3,212 seats at 30 public medical colleges and 6,205 at 64 private medical colleges.
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