MP DMAT 2015 Exam Pattern
MP DMAT 2015 Exam Pattern: As per the Exam Pattern of MP DMAT 2015, the exam will be an objective type multiple choice test with the maximum duration of hours. MP DMAT 2015 Exam Pattern is prescribed by the official exam conducting body. MP DMAT 2015 is a national level examination which is conducted by the Association of Private Dental and Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh. It is pre requisite exam for admissions to undergraduate health sciences courses i.e. MBBS/BDS and Nursing in various private dental and medical colleges across Madhya Pradesh state.
Note: MP DMAT 2015 is will be now conducted on October 8, 2015 in an online mode. The online admit cards of MP DMAT 2015 will be made available from October 5, 2015.
The aspirants, who want to crack MP DMAT 2015, should know the MP DMAT 2015 Exam Pattern. The total number of questions to be answered by the candidates is 200, which are equally divided in four sections. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on October 8, 2015 from 3 PM to 6 PM. You can find the MP DMAT 2015 Exam Pattern here in this article below. MP DMAT 2015 will be held in an online mode.
Section wise detail of MP DMAT Entrance Exam 2015 Online exam
Number of Questions
03:00 PM to 06:00 PM
According to MP DMAT 2014 prospectus, there are around 2,220 MBBS and BDS seats available in 20 Medical and Dental colleges participating in Dental and Medical Admission Test 2015. Out of these 20 medical institutes, there are 6 Medical college and 14 Dental institutions.
MP DMAT 2015 Exam Pattern
The question will be asked on the basis of HSC/10+2 syllabus from Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology subjects
The Question Paper Booklet given to the candidate will consist of 200 questions (multiple choice types)
There will be four different sections in the question paper with four responses given to each question
Each question will carry 1 mark
There is no negative mark for incorrect answer
Among the four responses only one response will be correct for the given MP DMAT BDS Exam 2015 question
MP DMAT 2015 will be held in an onlinde mode
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