Is there any entrance exam for MBBS in China?
Yes, there is an entrance exam for MBBS in China known as the National Medical Entrance Examination (NME) or the Common Entrance Examination for Medical Education in China (CEEC). This exam is conducted by the Chinese Ministry of Education, and it is mandatory for all international students who wish to study medicine in China.
NME/CEEC exam: The NME/CEEC exam is held annually in China and some other countries. It consists of multiple-choice questions and covers topics such as biology, physics, chemistry, and Chinese language. The exam is conducted in English or Chinese, depending on the university and the program.
Pakistani students who want to study MBBS in China need to prepare for the NME/CEEC exam and score the minimum required marks to be considered for admission. However, some medical universities in China may also accept scores from other entrance exams, such as the SAT or the MCAT.
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