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					NUSTGuideLine Booklet 2013
“The Guidance Gateway”




  NUSTGuideline          3/2/13   For NUST Entrance TEST
NUSTGuideline Booklet 2013
1st Edition

Authors:
     Adeen Mohsin (CEO & Founder)
     Samee Ullah (Co-Founder & COO)
     Hussain Kamran(Co-Founder & HR Director)


Special Thanks to:
      Muhammad Amir Idrees


Other Team Members:

     Abdullah Uma
     Afsheen Javed
     Ahmad Meer
     Ahsan Mahmood
     Albab Ahmad Khan
     Fatima Kaisar
     Hassan Nasir Randhawa
     Hira Imtiaz
     Hassan Shahbaz
     Rehan Nagra
     Umer Mahmood
     Yusra Shah
     Zahra Khan




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NUSTGuideline booklet 2013
1st Edition


Terms and Conditions:
     This booklet is only valid for 2013 NUST Entrance Test. You will be
     responsible if you used it later. It is null and void after 2013 NUST Entrance
     Test.
     This booklet was set in Times New Roman.
     No part of this booklet may be reproduced or edited. You have the
     permission to spread its electronic copy to whom you want.
     No copyright infringements unless you don’t edit any part of this booklet.
     Merit position given in this booklet varies every year. These are not the final
     numbers. This is given just to give you a general idea about merit in NUST.
     We cannot claim that it will be still the same for this year too.
     Errors and omissions are expected, you may inform us at
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     If you find any contrast of information from NUST Official Website
     http://www.nust.edu.pk/Pages/Home.aspx
     You may neglect the information provided in this booklet.




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Entry Test Guide Booklet
by NUST Guideline

-Some Guidelines about NET (NUST Entrance Test 2013):
1- This year in 2013 two Tests will be held in April and in July computer based!
2- A paper based test will be conducted in July only for remote area students
3- Yes test is also for medical students
4- You can attempt any one test out of these. Whether April or July
5- if you take two tests then the Best score test will be considered in the merit list
6- Result of April Test will be announced before the July test
7- After that the both test are conducted candidates will be asked to submit their score in August
to NUST administration
8- They will prepare Merit list and the selection of candidates will be made
9- Classes will start in September hopefully
10- Registration for the April test will be available in late January or in February.



-Test Syllabus
The entry test is mostly based upon FA / FSc level studies (Part-1 & Part-II) and questions are in
the form of MCQs. The paper of English is on the lines of SAT exam. A sample paper may be
seen on NUST website. For Architecture program only, a Cognitive and Aptitude test will be
conducted which is descriptive type.

- Topics For General Knowledge Portion
Following topics may be given due emphasis while preparing for General Awareness:
Pakistan Studies including history, Geographical Features/Details, Culture, Sports.
International Affairs including States, Government, Facts & Treaties, Important Submits.
General Knowledge including Indo-Pak history, Global Salient, Sports, Music, Art, World
History, Historic events, Historical Heritage.


-You should be a CNIC/B-form Holder
All Fsc-A/level students are advised that they should have their CNIC or B form prepared.
Otherwise you will not be eligible for NUST entrance test. If you don't have one. Apply for it
now.


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-Tips about 2 NETs (2013)

-It is not necessary or compulsory to give both tests. You can be admitted on the basis of any one
entrance tests either Net-1 or Net-2.

-The 2nd Net is just a 2nd opportunity that if someone missed the first NET or didn't perform
well he can improve his score by giving the 2nd NET.

-Info about NET 2013


The new system of UG admissions at NUST is being implemented in the year 2013. The salient
features of the new system are given below:

--The process of entrance test is delinked from admission process.
--During an admission cycle, candidates can appear in entrance test more than once to improve
their score, and apply for admission separately on the basis of best score when applications are
invited tentatively in April-May.
--Computer based entrance tests for all disciplines will be held in multiple sessions at NUST
Campus Islamabad according to the following schedule:
First Session (NET 1) - April
Second Session (NET 2) - July


Selection of candidates for Engineering / Computer Science / BS Mathematics / Business Studies
/ Social Sciences / Bachelor of Architecture will start from August 2013 and for MBBS / BDS /
Applied Biosciences from October 2013, and will continue till the completion of available seats
prior to commencement of programs.


- About NUST Hostel

1- There is sufficient hostel accommodation. Since so many disciplines are there at h 12. So
usually there is a competition for hostel but finally u people will be entertained.

2- There is no compulsion for anyone to bring the specific stuff. Generally u should bring 1
pillow 2 bed sheets (any color) and other important things of your requirement.



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3- There will be 2 students in a room. Internet (WiFi) will be available to u people. Your clothes
will be washed and ironed in laundry (if u want. No compulsion) charges for internet laundry are
already included in your hostel dues.

4- 1 thing most important that computer is so much included in your studies. So you should bring
desktop or laptop whatever you want.

5- In messing Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner will be served to u people. Rs.100 per day

6- Other than mess u can purchase the things of your will from cafe (concordia 1, concordia 2
and Dandy’s Cafe) things like stationary will also be available to u from mini mart also.



-TIP FOR REGISTRATION

      Please think a lot while choosing your preferences, better ask from us so that we can tell
       you about the best campus for the technology of your choice.
      If you are O-level student please be careful about your equivalence certificate. Don’t just
       calculate on your own. Make sure if you choose a field, your subjects in O/A-level must
       meet the requirement.



-Choosing Between Paper and Computer Based Tests


When choosing between the computerized and paper based tests.
The Computerized system is in favor of the students. You’ll click the button as you’ll get ready
and the time will start. You’ll just have to select the correct ans. And of course it will save u the
time of filling up the circles. You all will get a fair time and also u can change your answer after
selecting it once. So in our opinion go for the computer based test if u can.


-Books Consultation for Entry Test

Most of the students have this question in their mind that which books they should consult in
order to ensure their admission in engineering university/medical college.
Refer to your text books. Grasp each and every concept ...
Math’s, physics, chemistry, biology. These all can be prepared very well from the text books. As
far as English is concerned, you can refer Sat book for this purpose.


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-Rule of Setting Preference


RULE for preferences and merit.
Specifically for Engineering:

You have to give 9 preferences according to your interest
Prefer the Engineering first which you have more interest.
For Example you preferred Electrical engineering at 1
and if after test you also get merit so high to be admitted in electrical then you will get in
electrical ... if your merit is low then they will move on to your second preferences which for
example is mechanical... if u are in the merit range of mechanical engineering you’ll get
admission in it.. Or else they will see your 3rd preference and so on.
Usually the high to low merit program wise sequence is
electrical>mechanical>mechatronics>chemical>civil> environmental material software etc...



-Test Pattern


The entry test is mostly based upon FA / FSc level studies (Part-1 & Part-II) and questions are in
the form of MCQs. The paper of English is on the lines of SAT exam. A sample paper may be
seen on NUST website. For Architecture programme only, a Cognitive and Aptitude test will be
conducted which is descriptive type.



-Distribution of seats in Army Medical College



For MBBS

      100 for Cadets (Open Seats only for Males through GHQ selection board)
      50(Open seats for both genders as NUST Students)



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      20(Paying Cadets M/F ......wards of army shuhadah ....war injured are adjusted then if
       seats are left are allotted to army serving first then if seats are available they are given to
       retired all this is based on NUST merit number too)

      30(Addl Selected Cadets M/F ......wards of army shuhadah ....war injured are adjusted
       then if seats are left are allotted to army serving first then if seats are available they are
       given to retired all this is based on NUST merit number too)

For BDS

      2 for Cadets (Open Seats only for Males through GHQ selection board)
      25(Open seats for both genders as NUST Students)
      10(Paying Cadets M/F ......wards of army shuhadah ....war injured are adjusted then if
       seats are left are allotted to army serving first then if seats are available they are given to
       retired all this is based on NUST merit number too).
      13(Addl Selected Cadets M/F ......wards of army shuhadah ....war injured are adjusted
       then if seats are left are allotted to army serving first then if seats are available they are
       given to retired all this is based on NUST merit number too)




-About NUST Entrance Test to be held in April

      Test will not be held on just one specific date. There will be a session of tests for a whole
       week or so and for each day there will be Morning and evening sessions. Candidates will
       be allowed to select the date which suits them. Date and time of the test will be allotted
       on the of first come first serve.



-SAT Practice
For SAT practice VISIT!

http://sat.collegeboard.org/home



-Criteria For NET (NUST ENTRY TEST)
There Will Be 200 MCQs
80 Maths
60 Physics

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30 Chemistry
20 English
10 General awareness
Time Will Be 3 hours




-Preparation of Merit List (weightage)
Final merit list for UG Program will be prepared by assigning weightages as follows:

Engineering and Computer Science
NUST Entrance Test 75%
FSc/A level/Equivalent OR FSc Part-I 15%
Matriculation/O Level* 10%

Business Studies / Social Sciences
NUST Entrance Test 75%
FA/FSc/A Level/equivalent or FA/FSc Part-I 15%
Matric/O Level* 10%

B Architecture
NUST Entrance Test 75%
FSc/A Level/equivalent or FSc Part-I 15%
Matric/O Level* 10%

BS Mathematics
NUST Entrance Test 75%
FA/FSc/A Level/equivalent or FA/FSc Part-I 15%
Matric/O Level* 10%


* O/A Level candidates who are in A Level (final year) will be assigned 25% weightage to their
O-Level equivalence marks as per equivalence certificate issued by IBCC, Pakistan.

Medicine
NUST Entrance Test 50%



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FSc/A level/Equivalent 40%
Matriculation/O Level 10%

BS Applied Biosciences
NUST Entrance Test 75%
FSc/A-Level/Equivalent 15%

Matric/O Level 10%


Note:
The above policy is subject to change.
It is the responsibility of the candidate to provide the academic record in time to the University,
as per the deadline.
NUST will not be responsible if result of FA/FSc/equivalent exam is not declared in time.

Medical Fitness:
Selected candidates will be required to provide Medical Certificate for joining the relevant
program. Medical Certificate Form will be mailed/sent to the selected candidates along with the
Provisional Selection Letter for endorsement from any government hospital or a registered
medical practitioner.

Rejection of Application




-Advice for Time Breakup


Your Time Break-up For NET should be like this
Mathematics 40%| 70 min
Physics 30%| 55 min
Chemistry or Computer Science 15%| 30 min
English 10%| 15 min
General Awareness 5% | 10 min

OR you can adjust depending on your own Psyche.


-Architecture Test breakdown


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NUST entrance test for School of Art Design & Architecture requires: Cognitive and Aptitude,
Mathematics, Physics, English Comprehension
[Entrance test + interview 75%]
[Past academic record 25%]
[Entrance test + interview 75%]
Cognitive and Aptitude35%
Mathematics 20%
Physics 15%
English Comprehension15%
Interview of high merit students will be conducted at SADA 15%
[Past academic record 25%]
FSc/Equivalent15%
Matric/Equivalent10%


-Having less than 60% marks in Part I


Those who have less than 60% marks in first year still have hope to improve their result in part II
and they can apply for NET.




-Books for NUST's entry test?

      For physics practice MCQ’s of SAT II, or your text books
      For English vocabulary go through SAT Verbal (English vocabulary is especially
       important for those students who are applying in Mass Communication)
      For maths and chemistry go through FSc text books

No doubt SAT books are good but don’t just rely on SAT books, explore more yourself.

-Announcement of result


Result for computer based test will be announced within 24 hours. For paper based test the
result will be announced within 7 days.


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-Programs in which you can apply according to your academic qualification:


FSC STREAM:




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A-Level Stream:




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PREVIOUS MERIT LISTS PORTION
ATTENTION: Merit position given below varies every year. These are not the final
numbers. This is given just to give you a general idea about merit in NUST. We
cannot claim that it will be still the same for this year too.




       Merits of 2010:

       The Final Merit List for the NET 2010 was... (Appx.)
       (Engineering)
       EME electrical ...about 250
       EME mech... about 480
       SMME mech... about 920
       EME mechatronics ...about 800
       SCME chem... about 1800
       SEECS elec... about 500
       CIVIL h-12... about 2100
       SEECS software... about 3000
       SCME material...about 3500
       MCS TELECOM...about 1600
       CAE aeronautical and aerospace...about 800
       IESE environmental ...about 3500
       PNEC(all disciplines)...lower than 2000

       Merits of 2011:

       Closing Merit Positions of Medical Programmes – 2011

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 reference to change the preferences accordingly. The merit positions vary every year.




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 MBBS                                                     329


 BDS                                                      455



Closing Merit Positions of Applied Biosciences Programme – 2011
 Following merit position do not guarantee admission in session 2012 as this only is a
 reference. The merit positions vary every year.


 BS Applied Biosciences                                                     600


Closing Merit Positions of Engineering – 2011
 Following merit positions does not guarantee admission in session 2012 as this only is a
 reference to change the preferences accordingly. The merit positions vary every year.


 Civil Engineering (Risalpur)                                                     1735


 Environmental Engineering (Islamabad)                                            2511


 Civil Engineering (Islamabad)                                                    1407


 Geo Informatics Engineering (Islamabad)                                          2819


 Mechanical Engineering (Islamabad)                                               793


 Electrical (Telecom) Engineering (Rawalpindi)                                    1670


 Computer Software Engineering (Rawalpindi)                                       1885


 Electrical Engineering (Rawalpindi)                                              497




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Mechanical Engineering (Rawalpindi)                 659


Computer Engineering (Rawalpindi)                   2197


Mechatronics Engineering (Rawalpindi)               1044


Electrical Engineering (Karachi)                    1653


Mechanical Engineering (Karachi)                    1573


Mechanical Engineering (Winter Session) (Karachi)   2352


Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (Karachi)    2967


Avionics Engineering (Risalpur)                     1083


Aerospace Engineering (Risalpur)                    876


Electrical Engineering (Islamabad)                  579


Software Engineering (Islamabad)                    1678


Computer Science (Islamabad)                        2336


Chemical Engineering (Islamabad)                    1420


Material Engineering (Islamabad)                    2194




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Closing Merit Positions of Business Studies/ Social Sciences – 2011
 Following merit positions do not guarantee admission in session 2012 as this only is a
 reference to change the preferences accordingly. The merit positions vary every year.


 Bachelor of Business Administration (Islamabad)                                    385


 BS Economics (Islamabad)                                                           395


 BS Mass Communication (Islamabad)                                                  526


 BS Public Administration (Islamabad)                                               520




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   Merits of 2012 NET
   It should be kept in Mind that this is the 4th List not closing Merits




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MCQs Portion:

1. A body moves a distance of 111m along a straight line under the action of force of 5N and
   work done is 25J. The angle which the force makes with the direction of motion will be:

a) 60°
b) 30°
c) 70°
d) 90°



2. In the absence of air resistance, a ball of mass m is tossed upward to reach a height of 20 m.
   At the 10-m position, half way up, the net force on the ball is


a) 2mg. b) mg. c) mg/2. d) mg/4.



3. When you drop a ball it accelerates downward at 9.8 m/s2. If you instead throw it downward,
   then its acceleration immediately after leaving your hand, assuming no air resistance, is
   a) 9.8 m/s2. b) More than 9.8 m/s2. c) Less than 9.8 m/s2.
   d) Cannot say, unless the speed of throw is given.



4. A heavy rock and a light rock in free fall (zero air resistance) have the same acceleration. The
   reason the heavy rock doesn’t have a greater acceleration is that the

   a) force due to gravity is the same on each.
   b) Air resistance is always zero in free fall.
   c) Inertia of both rocks is the same.
   d) Ratio of force to mass is the same.
   e) None of these.




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5. A cannonball is fired horizontally at 10 m/s from a cliff. Its speed 1 second after being fired
   is about


   a) 10 m/s.
   b) 14 m/s.
   c) 16 m/s.
   d) 20 m/s.



6. A karate chop delivers a force of 3000 N to a board that breaks. The force that the board
   exerts on the hand during this event is

a) Less than 3000 N.
b) 3000 N.
c) greater than 3000 N.
d) Need more information.



7. When an increase in speed doubles the kinetic energy of a moving body, its momentum is:


a) increases, but less than doubles. b) Doubles. c) More than doubles.
d) Depends on factors not stated.



**PHYSICS** PAST PAPER QUESTION:


  1. Which cancer is cured by using Sr-90?
     a. Brain tumour
     b. chest cancer
     c. Skin cancer
     d. None of the above

  2. Which is affected by fast-moving neutrons?
     a. U-235
     b.U-238
     c. both of these
     d. none of these

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 3. If electron and proton have the same wavelength they have same?
     a. Energy
     b. Momentum
     c. Velocity
     d. All of above



 4. How does young modulus vary with rise in temperature?
    a. Decrease
    b. increase
    c. remains same
    d. none



 5. A photon has 6.6*10^-18 J of energy. The frequency of the photon is most nearly:
    a. 1*10^-52 Hz
    b. 1*10^-16 Hz
    c. 1 Hz
    d. 1*10^16 Hz
    e. 1*10^52 H


 6. Which of the following lists of physical quantities consists only of vectors:
    (a) Time, temperature, velocity (b) Force, volume, momentum
    (c) Velocity, acceleration, mass (d) Force, acceleration, velocity



 7.    If (a b) points along negative z-axis, then the vectors a and b must lie in

       (a) .zx-plane (b) .yx-plane
       (c) .xy -plane (d) None of the above



  8.   What must be changing when a body is accelerating uniformly along a straight path?

       (a) The force acting on the body (b) The velocity of the body

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          (c) The mass of the body (d) The speed of the body




   9. The horizontal range of a projectile is maximum when it is thrown at what angle with a
     certain velocity?

         (a) 30 (b) 45 (c) 60 (d) 90



10. A paratrooper jumping out of an airplane is an example of

(a) Equilibrium (b) Static Equilibrium (c) Dynamic Equilibrium (d) None



11. The torque on a body will be zero if the angle between r and F is zero or:

(a) 90

(b) 180

(c) 270

(d) None



12. If we go away from the surface of the earth, a distance equal to the one third of the radius
of the earth, the value of g will be multiplied by?

(a) 1/2 (b) 9/16 (c) 1/9 (d) 16/9



13. For certain values F and d, work done is zero when the angle between the force and
displacement is:

(a) 0

(b) 30

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(c) 90

(d) 180




14. The force acting on a body in the gravitational field at any point is equal to its:

(a) Gravitational mass (b) Weight (c) Acceleration (d) Inertia



15. What is kinetic energy of a body of mass 10 kg moving with velocity 1m/s2?

(a) 10 Joules (b) 20 Joules (c) 5 Joules (d) 2.5 Joules


16. The frequency of second pendulum is

(a) 1 hertz (b) 2 hertz (c) 0.5 hertz (d) None of the above



17. The rate of evaporation depends upon:

(a) Nature of liquid (b) The temperature of liquid and air

(c) The area of the exposed surface of the liquid (d) All of the above



18. The saturated vapour pressure of a given liquids:

(a) Increases with rise in temperature

(b) Decreases with rise in temperature

(c) May increase or decrease with rise in temperature

(d) Remains unchanged with rise in temperature




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19. Suppose the co-efficient of linear expansion of copper is 0.000156 per degree C. What will
be the co-efficient of volume expansion of copper sphere per degree C?

(a) Same as that of linear expansion (b) Two times as that of linear expansion

(c) Three times as that of linear expansion (d) One half as that of linear expansion




20. Which of the following lists of physical quantities consists only of vectors:

a. Time, temperature, velocity   b. Force, volume, momentum

c. Velocity, acceleration, mass d. Force, acceleration, velocity



**CHEMISTRY** Past Paper


   1. How many Crystal systems are there
      a. three
      b. five
      c. seven
      d. infinite

   2. For the preparation of ether? Name the process
      a. Bayer's Process
      b. Kolbe's electrolytic process
      c. Williamsons Reaction
      d. Haber's Process

   3. How many units of amino acids are there in DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)?
      a.10
      b.18
      c.27
      d.30



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  4. Ammonium nitrate, NH4NO3, can decompose explosively when heated.
     NH4NO3 → N2O + 2H2O
     what are the changes in the oxidation numbers of the two nitrogen atoms in NH4NO3
     when this reaction proceeds?
     a. –2,–4
     b. +2, +6
     c. +4, –6
     d. 4, –4

  5. If current in electric bulb drops by 1%, the power decreases by
     a. 1%
     b. 2%
     c. 4%
     d. 0.5%

  6. A bulb is placed between two plane mirrors inclined at an angle of 60.the number of
     images formed is
     a. 5
     b. 6
     c. 4
     d. 3

  7. The resistance of a wire is R. It is stretched uniformly so that its length is doubled. The
     resistance now becomes
     a. 2R
     b. 4R
     c. R/2
     d. R/4




**MATHS** Past paper


  n
   Cr = ?

  a. n-1Cr
  b. nCr-n

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 c. nCn-r
 d. None




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