National university of computer Sciences and emerging sciences requires the students either to appear in its entry test or submit NTS test score. FAST Entry test is computer based. The duration of the test can vary, but in most cases it is approximately two hours. The test consists of several multiple choice questions (MCQs). These questions are divided into multiple sections such as Mathematics, English, IQ, etc Schedule: For to see Schedule visit: http://nu.edu.pk/ FAST Engineering Test Pattern • English: 10% • Analytical Skills & IQ: 20% • Basic Math: 10% • Adv. Math: 40% • Physics: 20% FAST CS Test Pattern • English: 10% • Analytical Skills & IQ: 20% • Basic Math: 20% • Adv. Math: 50% Eligibility: BS(Civil Engineering/Electrical Engineering) • At least 60% marks in SSC(Matric) or an equivalent examination AND • At least 60% marks in HSSC (Pre-Engineering) or an equivalent examination. Selection Criteria: Admission on the basis of NTS-NAT Marks • Selection is based on marks obtained in NTS NAT-IE. • Cut-off marks to be determined by the University. Admission on the basis of NU Admission Test • Merit List is prepared by assigning 50% weight to marks obtained in Intermediate (part-I) (or an equivalent exam) AND • 50% weight is assigned to score obtained in NU Admission Test. • In case, Intermediate result is not available, Matriculation marks are used and multiplied by a factor of 0.9 (to equate it to average Intermediate marks). Admission on the basis of SAT score • Combined score of 1,500 or more in the SAT-I examination AND • At least 550 in the SAT-II (Math Level IIC) examination. Procedure NU Online Admission Test Information on various Admission Tests is available on the University’s admission web-site admissions.nu.edu.pk The online admission test is taken on a computer. The candidate should be familiar with the use of mouse and the keyboard. Each candidate is given a different examination. The sections of a test (English, Analytical skills, Math etc) appear in a random sequence. Moreover, questions related to different topics also appear before the candidate in a random sequence. In each section, a candidate can move forward and backwards to review the responses selected. The candidate can change his or her response to any question within the current section.