O and A levels for MBBS
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    O and A levels for MBBS

    I've been really confused with with this while foreign seat situation for MBBS for khyber medical college. So I moved from Ireland's to Pakistan and I'm currently doing o levels and is urdu compulsory? Because I have an Irish's passport/nationality and I might go back Ireland to do my leaving cert (a levels) will that make me eligible for foreign seat
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    If you have done your last two years of studies from outside Pakistani then you are considered a foreign students. So if you do A Levels in Ireland then you will have to pay foreign fees.
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    I'm going to finish much o levels next May/June then I'm going back to Ireland to do my leaving cert(a levels) which is only one year so does that mean I'm not eligible because I'm only spending one year there then apply for mbbs. But also I check on the hec website the eligibility criteria for mbbs doesn't say anything about having to stay two years it says "Student must have physically studied FSc/HSSC, A-level or equivalent outside Pakistan."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill006 View Post
    If you have done your last two years of studies from outside Pakistani then you are considered a foreign students. So if you do A Levels in Ireland then you will have to pay foreign fees.
    also I really appreciate you replying , thank you so much 🙂
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