Pharmacy Entrance Exams:

GUJCET

Maharashtra  Pharmacy

GPAT (Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test)

West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination

NIPER JEE

Rajasthan University of Health Sciences

KCET

GUJCET

Goa Common Entrance Test

GITAM GAT

MET

Jamia Hamdard Pharmacy

Top 6 Pharmacy Entrance Exams:

  • MU OET: This is the most common entrance exam for both UGs and PGs. The test takes place at a national level and requires entrants to apply before April of each year. All applicants need to spend Rs 2000 to complete the application. Rs.1400 caters for the entrance exam fee while Rs. 600 caters for the application fee.

  • AP EAMCET: The pharmacy entrance exam, is popularly known by its acronym, AP EAMCET. Also, the entrance exam offers entry to entrants eyeing UG courses in Bipc, pharmacy, engineering, and agriculture courses. The exam comprises 160 multiple choice questions which must be attempted within 3 hours.

However, for the applicant’s application to be considered, they must meet the below criteria

  • The entrant must be a valid Indian citizen

  • Applicant must be from Andhra Pradesh

  • The entrant must meet the laid-out academic requirements.

 

Pharmacy Entrance Exams Odisha Joint Entrance Exam: Firstly, the exam targets both UG and PG who wish to further a Pharmacy Course. Also, applicants need to meet a few eligibility requirements, such as having the minimum scores and attainment of 17 years or more.

 

Pharmacy Entrance Exams GJUST: As the exam name suggests, the entrance exam grants entry in GJUST. Academic qualification varies slightly depending on the kind, of course, the applicant aspires to pursue in the university. However, it is important to understand that selection is strictly merit-based.

 

KCET: It is a Common Entrance Exam that grants entrants entry to study UG Courses in the areas of pharmacy, engineering, or agriculture.

Crucial Information About KCET:

  1. KCET only comprises MCQs

  2. The exam prohibits negative marking.

  3. Entrants pens their answers on an OMR sheet provided during the exam.

  4. KCET has a total duration of 48 hours.

  5. The entrance exam is sub-divided into four sections.

  6. Applicants must pass KCET to be selected.

  7. The test syllabus covers four subjects, namely PCM, and Biology.

 

UPSEE Exam: Pharmacy Entrance Exams It is a state entrance exam that offers entry in the fields of engineering and pharmacy in universities located in Uttar Pradesh. Also, entrants must have undertaken core subjects such as physics, chemistry, and mathematics in their classes 10 to 12.