ECAT Course Details

Stars Academy Ecat Entry Test Preparation

ECAT Entry Test Prepration 2019

Stars Entry Test Preparation

  • 45 working days
  • Daily Test
  • Daily Lectures
  • Discussion Session
  • Every Subjects has 11 Test
  • Total 2590 MCQs in the form of test and assignments.
  • STARS books with 2000+ MCQs per subject

ECAT Entry Test

ECAT test stands for Engineering Colleges Admission Test. It is the essential for those who want to take admission in Engineering Universities of Punjab. It is total MCQs based test. Famous engineering University UET (University of Engineering and Technology) arranges ECAT for public sector every year or also in do 2019.

If students want to become an engineer, no matter which, you will have to take an Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT). This test is compulsory to get admission in any reputable engineering institute of the country. It is a tool to measure the competency of intermediate students who wish to become future engineers inshAllah.


Unlike MDCAT Test, there are two types of groups in prerequisite test of engineering colleges and universities. There is a difference of a subjects for both pre engineering and intermediate in computer science students. Test takers attempt multiple choice questions (MCQs) based on English, Physics Mathematics, Computer Science or Chemistry.

Eligibility Criteria

The Criteria of ECAT test is that the Students who have secured 60% marks in their matriculation and intermediate are eligible to take an engineering college test.

Merit Calculation

Stars Academy Entry Test Preparation Program. The admission in engineering programs depends upon the marks obtained in pre admission test, SSC and HSSC.

MDCAT Marit Calculation Formula

10% of Matriculation: Obtained marks in SSC or equivalent divided by total marks of SSC or Equivalent x 1100 x 0.10

40% of Intermediate: Obtained Marks in HSSC or equivalent divided by total marks of HSSC/Equivalent x 1100 x 0.40 = 40 percent of HSSC or Equivalent

50% of MDCAT: Obtained Marks in entrance Test divided by total numbers of pre-admission test x 1100 x 0.50

Aggregate Marks: Add up the results of 1st, 2nd and 3rd steps will give you aggregate marks.

Aggregate Percentage: Divide aggregate marks by 1100 x 100 to get an aggregate percentage.

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