Wednesday, January 21
Tuesday, January 20
This post contains the exact closing aggregates of NUST for the year 2014. The fields whose closing aggregates are confirmed are mentioned below, aggregates of all the fields will be added as soon as they are verified.
- MBBS (AMC)
Thursday, December 25
Please note that this program only works to calculate the aggregate for NUST.
For the general purpose aggregate calculator, visit this link: Merit Calculator
For engineering students 70%+ is good enough for admission, for business studies 60% will get you in and for medical near 85% for mbbs and 82% for bds
Wednesday, December 24
Thursday, December 18
- Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) - 953
- Medical Imaging Technology (MIT) - 930
- Medical Laboratory Technology(MLT) - 920
- Optometry - 925
- Orthotics & Prosthetics - 910
Tuesday, December 16
- Doctor of Physical Therapy.
- Medical Imaging Technology.
- Medical Laboratory Technology.
- Optometry & Orthoptics.
- Orthotics & Prosthetics.
- FSc Marks: You must have atleast 60% marks in Fsc/A level.
- Age Limit: Your age must be between 17 and 30 years.
What is the last date to submit the form?
When the merit list will be displayed?
The merit list of RMC for DPT and BSc programs will be displayed on 15th of January. Those who will be selected will have to appear in the interview on January 20th.
Merit is totally based on marks of Fsc, so the list below lists the marks of Fsc .Following are the closing merits of DPT and BSc courses at RMC for year 2012.
- Doctor of Physical Therapy . 945 marks
- Medical Imaging Technology. 893 marks
- Medical Laboratory Technology. 907 marks
- Optometry & Orthoptics. 908 marks
- Orthotics & Prosthetics. 895 marks
Merit list of 2013 is available here: RMC merit list
Friday, December 5
56 tuning forks are so arranged in series, that each fork gives 4 beats/second with the previous one. If the frequency of the last fork is 3 times that of the first, then the frequency of the first fork will be
a) 55 Hz
b) 110 Hz
c) 75 Hz
d) 220 Hz
In such sort of problems you need to form the equations from the given data which can be bit troublesome for students of pre medical. If you follow the steps, question wont be hard.
Total number of forks= n = 56
Let the frequency of first fork be x and the last fork be y.
According to given data frequency of last for is 3 times the first one, so we can write:
Each fork gives 4 beats with the previous one, which means there is a difference of 4 Hz in frequencies of two successive forks. So, if frequency of first fork is x, frequency of 2nd fork will be x + 4, for 3rd it will be x + 4 + 4 = x + 8, for 4th it will be x + 8 + 4 = x + 12 and so on.
So we get the following series:
x , x+4 , x+8, x+12, x+16, ...., y
It can also be written as:
x + 0(4) , x + 1(4), x + 2(4), x + 3(4), .... , y
x + 0(4)= x + (1-1) (4) = frequency of 1st fork
x + 1(4) =x + (2-1)(4) = frequency of 2nd fork
So this way frequency of 56th fork will be:
So we got two equations:
y = 3x --- (i)
y = x + 220 --- (ii)
Use value of y from (i) in (ii). We'll get:
3x = x + 220
2x = 220
x = 110 Hz = Frequency of first fork.
I Hope its clear now..
Thursday, November 27
Okay let me share My Journey to Medicine, My Road to MCAT! A short story… From Failure to Success! From Rejection to Selection! From a Pre-Medical Student to a Medical student! A walk worth remembering! I experienced rejection; I experienced failure; but I didn’t let it go. And today when I look back, a year (being a Repeater) looks so lame in comparison with what I’ve been blessed with. Yes! Alhamdulillah I’m a Medical student, a RAWALIAN.
“Road to Medical life… A walk to remember”
“Doctors are not made, they are chosen”
P.S that’s only what I think!). So I was done with all the subjects thoroughly in almost 5 months…
- 1st revision:- One-fourth book daily (1/4) = 24 days
- 2nd revision:- One-third book daily (1/3) = 18 days
- 3rd revision:- Half book daily = 12 days
- 4th revision:- One book daily = 6 days
- 5th revision:- One subject daily = 3 days
Few lines from my Diary, 2013!
BEST OF LUCK!
COMPOSED BY: MEHREEN NOOR