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NTS GAT Subjects Paper Pattern, Division & Distribution

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NTS GAT Subjects Paper Pattern, Division & Distribution

This is to Guide all those students who are going to gave test, All the subjects from which GAT paper is going to set and their categories are given below. Name of GAT subjects are (Agriculture Sciences, Architectural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Economics, Education, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Environmental Sciences / Engineering, Geography, History, Islamic Studies, Telecom Engineering and Urdu.

Test Format of all the GAT Subjects is this that, there will be 100 MCQs in the paper and the total time will be 120 Minutes (2 Hours), In every paper there will be two sections such as (General and Subject Section). General section will be 30% and Subject section will be 70% of the total test. Areas of General section will be 15% Verbal in English and 15% Analytical Reasoning. Candidates are requested to remind all the paper pattern and prepare accordingly.

  1. Agriculture Sciences
  2. Architectural Engineering
  3. Civil Engineering
  4. Economics
  5. Education
  6. Electrical Engineering
  7. Electronics
  8. Environmental Sciences / Engineering
  9. Geography
  10. History
  11. Islamic Studies
  12. Telecom Engineering
  13. Urdu

Candidates with a minimum 18 – Years degree are eligible to appear in the test.
A few of the other study areas are under process and are being considered for Subject Tests.

Test Format of GAT Subject:

Total Questions (MCQs) = 100
Total Test Time = 120 Minutes (2 Hours)
Test Type: Paper Based

Test Contents:

General Section = 30% of the Total Test
Subject Section = 70% of the Total Test

Areas of General Section:

English (Verbal) = 15%
Analytical Reasoning = 15%

Note: Lists of eligible candidates, Test venue and Candidate instructions will be displayed on NTS website at least 7 days prior to test date.

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