AMU Medical Entrance Exam 2014 Important Dates
Govind Kumar, 30 Jun 2014, #NEET
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AMU Medical Entrance Exam 2014 Important Dates - Aligarh Muslim University has announced the important dates of AMU Medical Entrance Exam 2014. Candidates can find the AMU Medical Entrance Exam 2014 important dates given in this article. Aligarh Muslim University offers courses in Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of dental surgery (BDS). The institute has invited the application form for Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of dental surgery (BDS) through the national level entrance examination 2014.

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The AMU Medical Entrance exam application date begins from 13 February, 2014 and the last date of submitting the application is March 22, 2014. The AMU Medical Entrance Exam will be conducted on the scheduled date May 27, 2014.

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Important Dates AMU Medical Entrance Exam 2014 is as following

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Dates

Application Available Online

February 13, 2014

Last Day Of Submitting The Application Online

March 22, 2014

AMU Medical Entrance Test Date

May 27, 2014

AMU Medical Entrance Test  Time

10:00 AM

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