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Assalam o Alaikum. I'm new here and this is obviously my first post here. I've searched literally EVERYHWERE on the Internet for this topic but I couldn't find it not even here. So I finally decided to join this site and ask by myself. Help is highly appreciated as it would get me out of this tense mood. It's very depressing as I need to focus on studies.
fyi I am trying my hardest :)

So my question is that as I'm giving uhs test this 30th August, I've been thinking a lot about this that what happens to these candidates that get the required merit for application on public sector medical colleges but their name never appears on the merit lists ?
for example, this year a person has to get 82% aggregate or above that to apply for public medical colleges. So suppose a person gets 82.5%, what is the probability that he gets in ?

Because everywhere I see there's no less than 85. something on merit lists. I mean since there's no one getting in with 82% then what's the point of letting people apply with that aggregate when they're not gonna get in ? They are getting the required minimum aggregate, so shouldn't they get in ?
Im just worried for myself heeh
please help. Thank you.
 

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its not the required minimum aggregate to get in a med clg but to apply! merit is determined on the basis of aggregates of applicants! 82% nd above r told to apply because they might have a chance if the merit gets down!
 
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