NTS GAT General
All MS level Degree Courses in Pakistan (Public and Private)
HEC - Higher Education Commission of Pakistan
|Target/prerequisite Degree Level:||M. Phil/MS
||Degree Description:||All MS / M. Phil Level degrees
About the Test
GAT General is the test administered by NTS for the admission in all MS / MPhil classes in all Pakistan universities, Colleges, and Research Institute. It is compulsory for all applicants to qualify GAT prior to they apply for admission to the university for M. Phi. or MS classes. The minimum qualifying score of GAT is 50.
HEC Scholarships and AdmissionsA student applying for any HEC scholarship (Foreign or domestic) must have qualified GAT.
A student applying for admission in MS, M. Phil. or PhD from any Pakistani university must have qualified GAT.
GAT is an Easy Test
In every batch more than 1000 people apply for registration and take test. The passing is ratio is not more than 4% to 5%. This pass ration is higher than world top standardized tests like GRE, GMAT and SAT. The reason for this high pass number is that the GAT is an easy test.
Types of GAT General
GAT is of two types:
- GAT Scheduled Test
- GAT Customized
GAT Scheduled Test
This type of GAT is based on standard format and is scheduled by NTS for every three months. This remains applicable for every admission or job induction for one year.
GAT Customized Test
Many institutions require some amendment in the format of the standard GAT and a special test date matching their academic calendar. NTS conducts a special GAT on their required date with some what changed format or higher difficulty level. A customized GAT will be applicable only for the particular admission not for other onward intakes in the same institution or other universities or colleges.
GAT General Categories
There are three categories of GAT on the basis of field of Study:
Test Pattern and Syllabus
Test pattern of the GAT consisted of following sections:
For details and further explanation of each section with examples and explanations you may visit www.entrytest.com .
GAT is consisted of three parts: 1- Quantittative Ability 2- Verbal Ability 3- Analytical Ability
- Quantitative Ability
- Verbal Ability - Analogies, Antonyms, Sentence Completion, and Reading Comprehension
- Analytical Ability - Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning
Quantitative Ability is consisted of only one question type: 1- Problem Solving
Verbal ability is consisted of four type of questions: 1- Critical Reading 2- Sentence Completion 3- Analogies 4- Antonyms
Anlytical ability is consisted of two question types: 1- Analytical Reasoning 2- Logical Reasoning