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Mastering the LUMS SBASSE Chemistry Subject Test: A Comprehensive Preparation Course
About the course:
Joining our in-depth course for the LUMS SBASSE Chemistry Subject Test is a requirement if you intend to apply for the SBASSE programme at LUMS and want to increase your chances of success. Our course is meant to give you the information, abilities, and tactics needed to do well on the test and get into this incredibly competitive programme.
You will receive in-depth instruction on all the important subjects from our knowledgeable instructors, as well as plenty of opportunities to gain experience answering questions like those on the actual exam. We'll also help you create efficient time-management and test-taking tactics and provide you with important insights into the exam's format, organization, and scoring.
- A. If you're a local applicant to the MS Chemistry Programme and want to be considered for admission in Fall 2023, you'll need to take two admission tests: the LUMS Graduate Admission Test (LGAT) and the LUMS SBASSE Subject Test in Chemistry.
- B. International applicants who live outside Pakistan also need to take two admission tests to be considered for admission in Fall 2023: the GRE General Test and the GRE Subject Test in Chemistry.
- To register for the GRE, visit https://elite.org.pk/. It's important to note that your GRE scores must be officially reported to LUMS from the testing agency, with LUMS' college code being 0679.
Applicants must fulfil the basic requirements to be admitted to the two-year MS Chemistry Programme at Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE). Admission is solely based on merit and is based on several criteria, including,
- letters of recommendation
- Academic standing
- Performance on admissions tests
- Application review
- Interview performance (if selected for an interview), and timely submission of a complete online application.
- Application processing fee, and necessary paperwork.
Important Information and Reminders:
- Candidates must have finished at least 16 years of study leading to a degree programme to apply for the MS Chemistry Programme.
- The Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan-accredited or recognized national or international institutions from which they received their Bachelor's (or Master's) degree are required. Applicants must get an Equivalence Certificate from the HEC if their degree came from a school that isn't on the list with the HEC.
- Candidates must have at least a 2.4 cumulative grade point average (CGPA) on a scale of 4 or 60% in all university-level degrees, such as a 4-year bachelor's degree or a 2-year BSc degree and a 2-year MSc degree, to meet the minimum academic performance requirements.
- The MS Chemistry Programme accepts applicants who have a Bachelor's (or Master's) degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Materials Science or Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or other closely related disciplines.
- It is important to note that applicants who will complete their last degree by July 30, 2023, can apply for the MS Programme if they meet the minimum admission requirements at the time of application submission.
- Additionally, the LUMS graduating class of 2023 can apply based on their 7th-semester result.
How to apply?
Follow these procedures to apply through LUMS for the MS Chemistry Programme at the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE):
- Create an online account at the LUMS website.
- Complete the online application form and upload the necessary data and paperwork.
- Use the online payment method to submit the application processing cost.
- If you haven't taken the SAT Subject Test in three of the following subjects: Biology-M, Chemistry, Mathematics II-C, or Physics, take the LUMS SBASSE Scientific Aptitude Test.
- Include your standardized test score report(s) with your admission application, if applicable.
- Await the announcement of the admissions decision.
To avoid any last-minute problems, applicants are advised to apply early. The application submission deadline and test dates are typically published on the LUMS website.
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