This Test Consists Of :
- BIOLOGY: 68 MCQs
- CHEMISTRY: 54 MCQs
- PHYSICS: 54 MCQs
- ENGLISH: 18 MCQs
- L. REASONING: 06 MCQs
- Total MCQs: 200 MCQs
- Total Marks: 200
- Total Time: 210 Minutes
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PMC MDCAT Mock Test 05
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The importance of education cannot be understated. It is the key to success in life, and it opens doors that would otherwise be closed. It allows us to pursue our dreams and achieve our goals. Education is the great equalizer, and it is essential for ensuring that everyone has a fair chance at success. For this reason, the government invests heavily in public education by building schools and providing students with free books and meals. These measures allow low-income children to attend school regularly instead of being forced into work at an early age. Moreover, they give parents the peace of mind that their child will receive an education so they can provide them with better opportunities in the future. But unfortunately, not every child is lucky enough to have access to these resources because they live too far from a quality school or do not have enough money to afford even one meal per day. To help alleviate this problem, the government provides midday meals in order to ensure students are properly nourished during study time.
Education System In Pakistan
The education system of Pakistan is generally divided into five levels: primary (grades one through five); middle (grades six through eight); high (grades nine and ten, also called secondary); intermediate (grades eleven and twelve, also called higher secondary); and university. The first four years of schooling make up the primary level; the next three years make up the middle level; the next two years make up the high school level; and the last three years make up the college or intermediate level.