MDCAT/ECAT 2018-05-09T18:26:29+00:00

Next MDCAT Session

starts from 23rd May Register now!

MDCAT SESSION starts from 23rd May – Register!

Course Details

Why choose Tutoria for MDCAT/ECAT

Teachers who know what you’re going through 

We, at Tutoria, believe firmly in the fact that students learn better and smarter from teachers who have been through all the same experiences as them and around the same time, which is exactly why we have the youngest Nephrologist in Punjab on board, to give you the hands-on experience you need.  

We’ve kept diverse educational backgrounds in mind 

We want you to feel like you belong, regardless of what educational system you’ve graduated from; be it the British, American, or our very own Pakistani system, we’ve got your back. Nowhere throughout your course will you feel like you lack background information about any topic. We’re here to get you started from scratch.  

We’re not here to mint money 

We, at Tutoria, unlike most institutes in Pakistan, are fully aware of just how valuable your time, effort, and money are, which is exactly why we’ve made sure not a fleck of those goes in vain. Nowhere during the course will you feel like you could’ve opted for a better institute, simply because there are none.

Digital Classrooms 

We believe in making the most out of technology. It not only gives our students ease of access but also helps them adjust to the ever-evolving technology of this fast-paced world. You will have access to our cloud-based library which is packed with practice material, assignments and quizzes that you can attempt even in your balcony with a cup of tea.


Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) and Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT) are conducted in Pakistan every year by University of Health Sciences (UHS) in Punjab. The tests are taken by students who wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the field of medicine or engineering. MDCAT is a prerequisite for admission in all medical and dental colleges in both the public and private sectors whereas ECAT is a prerequisite for admission in all Engineering colleges.


What are the eligibility criteria for the MCAT? 2018-03-29T11:59:24+00:00

Candidates who have taken the F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) Part-II or Equivalent Examination, should provide:

F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) Part-I Marks Certificate approved by the Heads of their respective institutes as well as certificates proving that the applicant has appeared in F.Sc. (Part-II) or its

equivalent. They must have secured a minimum grade of 60% in their pre-medical exams. Candidates who, prior to applying, were enrolled in A level or American High School Diploma providing institutes must submit equivalence certificates issued by the Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC). Sat subject tests are mandatory for Pakistanis with dual nationalities.

What is the application procedure for the MDCAT test? 2018-03-29T11:58:06+00:00

University of Health Sciences, Lahore (UHS) announces the schedule of the MDCAT test usually in August or September and invites the applicants to submit their respective applications. Application forms are to be submitted by hand. There is no way of applying online or by post.

What is the breakdown of the test? 2018-03-29T11:57:06+00:00

The MDCAT test consists of four sections; Physics, Chemistry, English, and Biology. The Physics section comprises of 44 multiple choice questions, the Chemistry section has 58, English has 30 whereas Biology consists of 88, all to be answered within the span of 150 minutes. 5 marks are awarded for every correct answer, making the maximum score 1100. The concept of negative marking is used; a mark is deducted for each incorrect answer, however, no marks will be deducted for not attempting a question. 

What You Will Learn

  • WEEK 1

    • Biology: Cell Biology and biological molecules
    • Physics: Measurement,Motion and force
    • Chemistry: Physical Chemistry-Fundamental Concepts, States  of matter, Atomic structure
    • English: Part 1-Sentence Completion
    • Math: Quadratic Equation, Partial Fractions, Sequence & Series
  • WEEK 2

    • Biology: Microbiology
    • Physics: Work, energy and power Circulation Motion
    • Chemistry: Chemical bonding, Chemical energetics, Electrochemistry
    • English: Part 1-Sentence Completion
    • Math: Permutation, Combination & Probability
  • WEEK 3

    • Biology: Kingdom Animalia
    • Physics: Oscillations, waves and light
    • Chemistry: Chemical equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics
    • English: Part 2-Spotting Errors / Grammatical errors
    • Math: Mathematical Induction & Binomial Theorem, Fundamental of Trigonometry
  • WEEK 4

    • Biology: Human Physiology
    • Physics: Heat and thermodynamics Electrostatics
    • Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry-Periods, Groups
    • English: Part 2-Spotting Errors / Grammatical errors
    • Math: Functions & Limits
  • WEEK 5

    • Biology: Bioenergetics
    • Physics: Current- Electricity, Electromagnetism, Electromagnetic induction
    • Chemistry: Transition elements, Compounds of Nitrogen and Sulphur
    • English: Part 3-Correction of sentences
    • Math: Differentiation & Integration
  • WEEK 6

    • Biology: Biotechnology
    • Physics: Deformation of solids
    • Chemistry: Organic Chemistry- Fundamental principles, hydrocarbons
    • English: Part 3-Correction of sentences
    • Math: Analytic Geometry, Linear Inequalities & Linear Programming
  • WEEK 7

    • Biology: Ecosystem
    • Physics: Electronics, Modern Physics
    • Chemistry: Alkyl halides, Alcohols and phenols, Aldehydes and Ketones
    • English: Part 4-Synonyms
    • Math: Conic Section
  • WEEK 8

    • Timed Past Paper Practice
  • WEEK 9

    • Timed Past Paper Practice
  • WEEK 10

    • Timed Past Paper Practice

Digital Classroom for Millennials

We leverage smart technology to collaborate with students online and post assignments and quizzes that are electronically submitted by students and automatically graded.

Students can access their files 24/7 through their cloud-based ‘Library’.

A message board allows secure and open communication that is monitored and controlled by the teacher.


I really want to thank Tutoria and especially Dr. Sidra whose unwavering support helped me achieve my goal. She takes keen interest in every individual’s progress and is a great mentor which is evident from her teaching skills that she has a vast experience. She not only teaches her subject but also gives life lessons which are very helpful. She has very strong grip on her subject and that is one of the reasons students really like her.

Allama Iqbal Medical College


My MDCAT journey with Tutoria was amazing. I finally found teachers who could understand what I was going through. The cloud-based libraries which had loads of sources and notes to take help from proved to be immensely useful. The teachers don’t teach for the sake of it but they teach as if they are enjoying it and when they enjoy teaching we also enjoy learning. It was a great experience.

King Edward


I was quite puzzled when I started my MDCAT classes. I didn’t know if my decision to choose Tutoria was right or not but now I am grateful I joined these classes. Not only did I learn what I was supposed to but also new interesting facts about various universities which awakened my thoughts and I could think out of the box. When there are teachers around you which are young and have gone through the same thing you feel quite comfortable to communicate with them and I had the same experience.

Fatima Jinnah Medical College