Most of the senior students advised to focus on vocabulary. The English portion of the test which was held in July 2011 was easy. But in the second test (retest) that was held in august 2011, it was really hard. In 2012, different tests were conducted on different days so in some of the tests the vocab was hard while in some it was easy. The words included in the tests seem to be from two sources:
1) Mr. Chips
2) SAT English
In order to perform well in physics portion you must be good at concepts plus you must have a good practice of solving the numerical problems. Most of the mcqs in physics portion are numerical type, a few are the book lines. According to the students who took the test last year, numericals from the last chapters of book 1 and book 2(Punjab board) were more than the others. First of all you must know whats written inside your text books. Prepare a formula sheet of all the formulae given in the books and go through them again and again. Practice the numerical based questions from different books. Before searching for the solution in key books try to solve the question on your own.
According to your seniors, chemistry portions is added in order to check your cramming skills. :D
Means in order to score good marks in chemistry you need to learn the text books by heart. The more you learn, the more you score. And again for the numerical portion you must be knowing all the formulas. Learn the organic portion well.
In portion of Maths almost all the questions are related to the book. Most of the questions are from the text books just with a slight change in values. The rest are also from the text books but those are asked in such a way that students get confused. A few such questions were in the test of 2012 which I posted. So in order to solve these type of questions you must be knowing all the underlying concepts. Do read the book lines, some questions are also taken out from those lines. Learn the properties of logarithms, learn the theorems in maths of class 9th and 10th and in FSc, you must be knowing when and where to apply a certain formula. The integration and differentiation part must be well prepared. The chapter 4th of book 2 related to lines and their equations sometimes brings the most tricky questions.
Out of 200, 80 questions are from bio. Most of the questions are the book lines. So if you learn your book lines along with all tables and other such information then you would be able to solve most of the questions in biology portion. A few of the question are difficult and according to the students those are from SAT books. So if you are done with your FSc syllabus you can go through the SAT books also.
Districbution of Mcqs for pre engineering:
Distribution of Mcqs for pre medical: