HEC organizes an aptitude test for the granting of scholarships
HEC will conduct an aptitude test, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) through the Education Testing Council (ETC) will conduct a Higher Education Aptitude Test (HAT) for the award of all HEC scholarships and for admission to MS/MiPhil programs through a uniform, accessible, and transparent selection process.
According to HEC, the test is organized for candidates who have already applied online for MS / MPhil admission or HEC scholarships through the electronic portal for a subsequent final selection process. HEC will conduct an aptitude test. Students who intend to apply for scholarship programs to be announced in the future, including those from HEC-sponsored universities in Pakistan, are also eligible to apply for the test. Likewise, students who wish to gain admission into MS/MPhil programs at public and private universities in Pakistan. Which HAT versions to request according to the academic courses can also apply. The test will be conducted in all five categories based on 16 years old/equivalent education and students should register accordingly. Details of the categories in which the event will take place are available on the HEC website. Applicants must select the correct category by completing the online form. The test score will be valid for two years (for scholarships and admissions into MS/MPhil programs).
HEC has stated that the test will be held tentatively on September 25, 2022. Applicants who register through the HEC online registration process will be able to download their roll number slip from the websites and email address. email registered one week before the test date. An email/SMS will also be sent to registered test takers for the date, time and location of the test. When filling out the online application forms, applicants are required to provide valid mobile phone numbers on which they wish to receive roll number slips. A copy of the roll number slip, the original paid Chalan fee and the original CNIC will be required to enter the test center on the day of the test. The exam will take place in the following cities: Islamabad, Lahore, Bahawalpur, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Gilgit and Muzaffarabad. Candidates can select any test center from the list available in the application form. The test center once selected will not be changed after registration. The test will be held quarterly and simultaneously in major cities of Pakistan. The annual testing schedule will be uploaded to the ETC website. Candidates can register through the online registration portal. A sample document will be available on the HEC website to help and guide you in preparing for the test.
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