18 December, 2020 Views 996
PMC Announces Updated National MDCAT Result 2020
The Pakistan medical commission has announced the revised result of the national medical and dental college admission test 2020. The candidates are informed to check the reissued result. Previously the result of the MDCAT was declared on 16th December but there were some errors and many students had submitted complaints regarding the roll number and names. So to overcome the errors the PMC announced to reissue the result for the appeared candidates. The authority had ensured to the students that an accurate result will be provided to each candidate. According to the earlier result announcement, 121,181 candidates had attempted the medical entrance exam.
Revised MDCAT Result 2020
Now the final result of the MDCAT has been pronounced and the candidates can easily access the result. The students are also given the option to report the error if found in the result. In the case of name and roll number mismatch and for the recounting of marks the students can submit the online application to PMC. The candidates can seek the recount in the marks free of cost. The last date to submit the online application form for recounting is 21st December 2020. The PMC further stated that only the result of the few students is missing because of the mismatch in the name and the roll number. The result of these students is in process and will be notified in the upcoming week after the complete verification.
Statement of PMC Officials
According to the statement of the PMC officials, MDCAT is a computer-generated result so in order to recheck the errors in the previously announced result the offline system was made and all the details were re-verified by the physical verification of the admit cards and answer sheet of the students. To avoid further delay in the result announcement the examination team carried out the process of the re-verification in the past 30 hours so that the result can be announced soon. As per complaints received to the Pakistan medical commission less than 2% students faced difficulties.