152 PMA Long Course Careers 2023

152 PMA Long Course Careers 2023

Registration: 10th April 2023 to 14th May 2023
Exam: Not Announced
Pakistan Military Academy (PMA)


PMA Long Course Eligibility Criteria 

The following conditions must be met in order to be considered eligible for the PMA Long Course:


Nationality: Citizens of Pakistan and domicile holders of Azad Kashmir/Gilgit-Baltistan may apply. Candidates possessing dual nationality will have to surrender nationalities other than Pakistan upon final selection.

Gender: Male

Marital Status: Unmarried (Married serving personnel of the Armed Forces over 20 years of age are eligible).

Registration Date: 10th April 2023 to 14th May 2023

Age Limits Based on Education Levels:

Sr. #



Age Relaxation


Intermediate or Equivalent

17-22 Years

3 Months (upper and lower limits)


Graduates (2 years of graduation and Serving PN / PAF Personnel)

17-23 Years

3 Months (upper and lower limits)


Graduates with 4 years graduation program (BS / BA(Hon) / BBA / BPA)

17-24 Years



Serving Army Soldiers

17-25 Years



Minimum Height: 5 ft. 4 inches (162.5 cm)


Candidates having passed their FA/FSc/Equivalent with a minimum of 55% marks are eligible.

Candidates having passed their BA / BSc, BA / BSc (hons), BBA/BPA with a minimum of 60% marks, and their FA/FSc with 50% marks are eligible.

Relaxation of Marks - FA / FSc:- Candidates with domiciles from certain areas can apply with 55% marks. These areas include Balolchistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan, District Neelum Azad Jammu Kashmir, District Kohistan, Chitral, Dir, Tehsil Bala Kot (Kaghan, Naran) of District Mansehra in KPK, Tharparker and Tehsil  Umer  Kot  in Sind, District  Rajanpur,  Area of Cholistan Desert, Drawar Fort, Salamsar, Mojgarh and  Dingarh of Punjab. Please note that it is not enough to simply hold a domicile from these areas, but the candidates must have actually been studying in these areas as well.

Serving Army Soldiers. 50% marks in FA/FSc and equivalent.

Hope Certificate. Candidates who have appeared or are appearing in Part II/Final examination of their Intermediate Examination, having already passed Part-I with minimum 60% marks, can also apply on “Hope Certificate” by Head of the institutions.

Verification of Marks Sheet/Certificate: Candidates who have not been issued with certificates or are not in possession of duplicate/revised marks sheet/certificates of their Matric/Intermediate/BA/BSc must get a Verification Certificate signed by Secretary/Controller Examination of their concerned Board/University.

A Levels Candidates: Candidates having passed their A Levels with aggregate 60% marks are eligible to apply without needing any equivalence certificate as calculated by IBCC. However, candidates having passed their A level/equivalent from abroad are required to submit equivalence certificate issued by IBCC.

Syllabus & Subjects

The test is based entirely on MCQs. 

Intelligence Test

Verbal Intelligence Test (85 - 100 Questions)

Non-Verbal Intelligence Test (85 - 100 Questions)

Academic Test (50 Questions)



Pakistan Studies


General Knowledge


How to Ace PMA Initial Test & ISSB Tests with Lt. Col.(R) Rashid Habib