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There are no restrictions for appearing in the ECAT. However, simply appearing in the test does not give students the right to apply for Engineering or Engineering Technology institutions of Punjab.
- The ECAT will be offered in the following combinations:
- Candidates having qualified their DAE will have the option to choose between:
(1) Physics, Mathematics, English & Chemistry;
(2) Physics, Mathematics, English & Computer Science
One of the best ways to get an idea of what to expect in an exam and how to go about preparing it, is to have a look at the past papers. Same is the case with ECAT past papers. We’ve compiled some questions from the Physics portion of the ECAT past papers (since you’ll be facing physics questions regardless if you’re coming from an ICS background or from pre-engineering) from recent years that’ll help you get an idea of the exam:
This is so because the velocity of all electromagnetic waves are the same. The velocity is 3x10^8 m/s. Hence, 3x10^8/3x10^8 = 1/1 or 1:1.
For geostationary satellites, orbits have properties such as their eccentricity and inclination being 0 degrees, and their orbit period being 24 hours long.
Charles’ Law states that the volume (and hence, temperature) will be high where the density is low. Hot air being less dense will move towards the ceiling, which would make the temperature of the ceiling (T2) be greater than the temperature close to the floor (T1).
The pendulum will move or vibrate if the bus decelerates or accelerates. However, when the bus moves with a constant velocity, the pendulum will remain stationary.
We know that,
Acceleration ‘a’ = Δv/t
Force ‘f’ = ma, or a = f/m
f/m = Δv/t
m = f/t x Δv
m = 5/5 x 5
m = 5
Now that you have an idea of what kind of questions appeared in the ECAT past papers, you know what to expect. To practice such questions similar to these from ECAT past papers and to improve your concepts, enroll at our course and start your preparation right away!