Graduate Assessment Test (GAT)

Gat Tests interpret the acquired knowledge base of candidates and predict their abilities regarding their specific knowledge, skills and abilities in a number of different ways. These also help in the overall ranking of students. These tests help evaluate students’ ability to analyze and solve problems, understand relationships, and interpret material in their particular field. These are prepared on national level i.e., to assess students’ capability and existing knowledge in their specific /major area of study. The tests will be held biannually. The scores of this test remain valid for ONE YEAR from the test date.

Eligibility
Eligibility for this format of test is that the candidate must be having Graduation in the specific field.

GRADUATE ASSESSMENT TEST (GAT) SUBJECT
Total Questions (MCQ’s) = 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
  • Agriculture
  • Sciences
  • Computer Engineering
  • Economics
  • Electronics
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Education
  • Geography
  • Islamic Studies
  • Management Sciences
  • Veterinary/ Animal Sciences

Areas of General
SECTION 30%

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